France/Energy transition around Deauville: the inter-commune sets targets
At the community council meeting in Deauville on Friday 19 November 2021, the elected representatives of the Coeur Côte Fleurie adopted the final version of the Territorial Climate Air Energy Plan (PCAET).
At a community council meeting in Deauville (Calvados) on Friday 19 November 2021, the elected representatives of the Coeur Côte Fleurie adopted the final version of the Territorial climate, air and energy plan (PCAET) of the community of communes.
As a reminder, in December 2020, in community council, the elected officials had adopted a draft PCAET, "at the end of three years of work punctuated by steering committees, consultation workshops and expertise." A plan that aims to translate "the national and regional strategic guidelines of energy transition, taking into account the specificities of the territory", says Philippe Augier, president of the community of municipalities. This draft PCAET was then sent to the regional authorities (Regional Council, Regional Prefect and Regional Mission of Environmental Authority) for their opinion, then made available to the public this summer.
A final version of this PCAET, taking into account the opinions received, was presented to the community council on Friday evening. It will thus be implemented over a period of 6 years. With this Plan, the intercommunality, which is also committed to the approach Cit'ErgieWith this Plan, the intermunicipality, which is also committed to the approach, has set itself "short, medium and long-term objectives": for example, on the whole territory, aiming at a 21% reduction of the territory's energy consumption between 2010 and2030 (39% between 2010 and 2050) and 26% of greenhouse gases between 2014 and 2030 (45% between 2014 and 2050).
Internal qualitative and/or quantitative objectives have also been set in five areas, including public lighting and waste management, as well as adaptation to climate change. Programming measures in different areas and timeframes to move towards resilience in land use planning in the face of natural risks," reports Philippe Augier. The extent of the measures [...] will be directly correlated to the climate scenario selected, adapted over time to the climate scenario actually observed in the years to come.