The Principality’s commitment to the fight against global warming -

The Principality’s commitment to the fight against global warming - Constantly building on its commitment to fight against global warming, the Prince's Government has reminded people of the importance of adopting good habits to reduce your energy consumption. Energy savings must take place throughout the year to comply with the objectives of reducing greenhouse gases. With the implementation of the recommendations of the Pact for Energy Transition and the financial provisions of the Green Fund, the Prince's Government supports the purchase and installation of more virtuous equipment in terms of energy consumption.

So, whether you are an individual or a company, financial aid and subsidies have been put in place, particularly for the building sectors or mobility. For more information visit https://transition-energetique.gouv.mc/Subventions-et-Moyens-d-action/Subventions

Furthermore, as part of the Energy Management Plan, the Prince's Government supports you financially. All the details of the dedicated help are on the MTE website on https://transition-energetique.gouv.mc/Subventions-et-Moyens-d-action/Subventions/Aide-financiere-aux-petits-equipements-et-amenagements

If you want to commit to responding to the climate challenge, you can join the National Pact for Energy Transition on pacte-coachcarbone.mc The National Pact for Energy Transition is a program of the Prince's Government that allows you to act on Monaco's 3 major carbon themes: Mobility, Waste, Energy.

 

 

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