Missions related to the ISSeP’s energy department
Among its activities, we cite the performance of energy audits and the production of energy performance certificates, as well as the performance of AMURE-UREBA energy audits, which allow us to study the feasibility of renewable energy production technologies.
The programme UREBA exceptionnel 2013
was intended to support certain organisations wanting to reduce the energy consumption of their buildings. This programme concerns thermal insulation works in the walls of buildings, and the replacement and improvement of heating and lighting systems.
The ISSeP receives “exceptional UREBA” grants for the renovation of its buildings:
– Replacement of boilers and the heating circuit for the I.S.Se.P.
– Use of double-glazed windows in the buildings of the I.S.Se.P.
The replacement of boilers and windows in buildings will generate a saving of 505,856 kWh/year, which will lead to a reduction in the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere to the order of 127 tonnes per year.
The institute has also benefited from UREBA ordinary grants for wall and roof insulation in its buildings.
Wall and roof insulation will generate a saving of 552,000 kWh/year, which will reduce the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere to the order of 149 tonnes per year.
Regulations on the energy performance of buildings entered into force on 1 September 2008 (framework agreement of 19 April 2007 and application decrees of 17 April 2008). These regulations apply to all buildings (aside from the exceptions explicitly cited by the regulations) for all construction, reconstruction and transformation works requiring a planning permit.
An initial transition phase began on 1 September 2008; a second phase began on 1 May 2010. The EPC “consumption” requirements were consolidated on 1 September 2011 and the EPC “insulation” requirements were consolidated on 1 June 2012.
Contact: Abdel Abbadi – 04 229 83 44