The National Assembly on Friday voted on a series of provisions of the bill aimed at accelerating the production of renewable energies. The first reading review, which began on Monday, continued on Friday without major setbacks for the presidential camp. The deputies of the majority have made several compromises with the left as a pledge of goodwill to obtain its support for this text.
In the evening, the deputies adopted with 42 votes against 6 a measure making it compulsory to install photovoltaic shades in outdoor car parks of more than 1,500 m2.
The Assembly also voted environmental amendments reducing the scope of the planned derogations, as well as identical amendments from the left and from majority deputies removing the initially optional nature of the sanctions and making them systematic in the event of non-compliance with the obligation.
An LFI amendment doubling these penalties (to 20,000 euros and 40,000 euros, depending on the size of the car park) was also adopted with the support of the government.
Against the advice of the government this time, the deputies adopted an environmental amendment conditioning any new construction of collective social housing by private housing organizations to the installation of renewable energy equipment (EnR).
The left, on the other hand, failed to obtain the reinstatement of a measure to which it was very attached, introduced by the Senate and abolished in committee in the Assembly, which made the installation of “RE processes” on existing non-residential buildings over 250 m2.
The Assembly also adopted new derogations from the law ” littoral “ to set up photovoltaic or hydrogen production facilities in coastal areas on wasteland.
She voted in favor of an article allowing the installation of solar power plants on the ground “in discontinuity of urban planning” in some mountain towns that cannot do so today.
But the presidential camp suffered a failure with the removal of the possibility of a simple online public consultation for certain photovoltaic projects, rather than a ” public survey “.
This article, rejected by 37 votes to 33, was part of the simplification measures requested by the executive to accelerate the development of renewables, which is lagging behind in France. From RN to LFI, all opposition voted against.