Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS May 30, 2022
Disclosed by Bank Mar 9, 2022
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According to the bank website, the project consists of financing of the Public Energy Efficiency Service managed by the Hauts-de-France Region, which aims to renovate private sector housing through third-party financing. This operation is a second line in favor of the SPEE Hauts-de-France after the SPEE operation in Picardy (2014-0158) and is part of the EE French Private Housing Program (2015-0188).
The Régie du Service Public de l'Efficacité Energétique of the Hauts-de-France Region aims to make private owners and municipalities aware of the need to renovate their homes, have an energy audit and support them in the design and implementation of energy saving work with quality, efficiency and energy optimization objectives. The SPEE aims to ensure a role of "trusted third party" both vis-à-vis the public and professionals from the various sectors of activity that contribute to the realization of building renovation operations.
In a second step and thanks to EIB financing, the SPEE aims to supplement this technical support with an adapted loan offer.
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