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World The Palace of the Elysée is a thermal colander

13:50  25 november  2021
13:50  25 november  2021 Source:   mieuxvivre-votreargent.fr

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Emmanuel Macron made one of the priorities of its five-year old: delete the thermal coasters. Yet the Elysée is one. The public building in which the President of the Republic lives is far from being efficient in terms of energy, according to WE magazine tomorrow, relayed by Le Figaro . Indeed, the Palace of the Elysée and its dependencies have seen their energy consumption increase by more than 8% between 2018 and 2020, reports the cabinet Elan France, which has established a diagnosis. Thus, the consumption reached 257.15 kWh per square meter and per year in 2020, or a rated energy label E. Not really an example, but consumption in coherence with the age of the building dating from the 18th century according to the cabinet. specialized.

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On the other hand, greenhouse gas emissions are 74kg per square meter and per year, which corresponds to a climate label F, up 7% since 2018. These thresholds are fixed by the new diagnosis of Energy performance (DPE). The WE Journal Tomorrow also evokes the Alma Palace, ranked on the scale of the DPE, with a consumption of 240.72 kWh per square meter and per year. This presidential palace of 8,266 square meters is located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. It emits 58kg of CO2 per square meter and per year, classified f on the climate label scale. For all these homes, the Elysee, the Hotel de Marigny, the offices of the street of the Elysée and the palace of the Alma, more than 32,460 square meters in total, the state paid 345.159 euros of heating in 2020, and 412,881 euros in electricity bill.

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Ranked F

for the moment, the amount of the invoices of 2021 is not yet known. The new DPE, in force since July 1st, would not be advantageous for the Elysee. "This is the worst of the two notes that is taken into account to determine the building's energy class," explains in Figaro Audrey Zermati, EFFY Strategy Director. The retained note would therefore be F, so that the Elysee is considered an thermal colander .

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on its side, the executive argues that the work undertaken last year will reduce the energy consumption of the building as well as its carbon footprint. Replacing oil boilers with gas boilers, windows insulation, roofing renovation ... The Elysée will also separate from one of its offices, very energivore . Ironically, if the buildings are not renovated in time, they can no longer be rented by the state in 2023, as provided for in law.

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