Engie wants to encourage the French to change the boiler

Make the ecological transition competitive. This is one of the creeds of Isabelle Kocher, the director-general of Engie (ex-GDF Suez). A goal that is even more

Engie wants to encourage the French to change the boiler

Make the ecological transition competitive. This is one of the creeds of Isabelle Kocher, the director-general of Engie (ex-GDF Suez). A goal that is even more acute in France these days, at the time of the sling of yellow vests returns to a genuine social crisis. In this context, Engie works for the beginning of 2019 at the launch of a new offer allowing households to change the boiler without having to make the initial investment which amounts to several thousand euros. The equipment that wishes to promote Engie through this initiative are gas boiler low consumption, which consume around 30% less than gas boilers current.

in The light of the group, it is not a simple boost, or an initiative opportunistic. The proposed offer would provide an immediate gain in the purchasing power, noticeable on the life of the boiler. This decrease is made possible by the optimization of the process of the group and by the enlargement of the mechanism of the EEC, or certificates of energy saving, which now includes the change of boiler. The device was tested in 2018 and will be developed further in the month of January 2019.

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In addition, ENGIE will assume the entire management of the aid which may be claimed by households. To the extent that it is often complicated dossiers of the climb, the teams of Engie are currently trained to take care of all the steps.

In general, the problems of heating are at the heart of the ecological transition. Each sector advance his pawns, as a function of the energy source that it represents. This fall, in the wake of the publication of the multi-annual programming of energy, prime minister Edward Philip announced the end of the boilers on fuel oil, to the ten-year horizon. Currently, about 4 million households in France heat up the oil. To replace this energy, the gas represents an alternative choice.

Updated Date: 24 December 2018, 00:00

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