BTP & Construction: National strategy to accelerate the sector

Solutions for the sustainable city and innovative buildings

Developed as part of a co-construction approach with all the players concerned, the government's strategy is part of a political will to restructure urban development around the four challenges of sobriety, resilience, inclusion and urban production. This structural transformation is based on the Climate-Resilience bill, which aims to strengthen France's position on the trajectory of the fight against climate change.

“Accelerate the emergence of a real culture in the construction of sustainable cities, Bring out and structure a community of experts in the territories; Position France as an exportable model in terms of the city; Support the use of sober construction. Supporting the development of sustainable city construction sectors » SGPI

Example of current calls for projects :

Industrialization of wood and other biosourced Construction Products and Systems

Goal

To bring out solutions for the production of structural work and finishing work in the building industry, for the prefabrication of constructive elements in wood, or other biosourced materials.

Beneficiaries

The project coordinator, or the leader in the case of a single-partner project, must be a primary and/or secondary wood processing, other bio-sourced, construction and/or renovation company.
As part of a consortium, projects must have at most 5 partners.

Projects

Total cost of the project must be at least 2 million euros.
Each partner must bear at least €400k of eligible expenses

Public co-financing

Mix of grants and repayable advances, depending on the nature of the project and the size of the company.

Closing Date

February 15, 2022 / June 15, 2022 / October 14, 2022

Smart and sustainable territories

Goal

The projects must enable the piloting and/or operational management of public policies thanks to data and/or the creation of new innovative services – based on the use of data.

Beneficiaries

The leader of the project is a local authority, a mixed syndicate or an intermunicipal syndicate.
The consortium may include private actors of any kind, responsible for the design, implementation and management of all or part of the project components.

Projects

Expenditure base for the project of a minimum amount of €2 million
Maximum duration of 36 months.

Public co-financing

Mix of grants and repayable advances, depending on the nature of the project and the size of the company.

Closing Date intermediaries

Intermediate succession on January 17, 2022
Final succession on September 7, 2022

Diversity for Low Carbon Construction

Goal

Encourage the development of mixed solutions, ie. combinations associating biosourced/geosourced materials with other materials (concrete, steel, glass, etc.) or with other bio and geosourced materials and more generally with construction solutions for finishing work (networks, cabling, waterproofing, etc.).

Beneficiaries

The project coordinator, or the leader in the case of a single-partner project, must be a primary or secondary wood processing, other bio-sourced, construction or renovation company.
As part of a consortium, projects must have at most 5 partners.

Projects

Total cost of the project must be at least 0.6 million euros.
Each partner must bear at least 300 k€ of eligible expenses.

Public co-financing

Mix of grants and repayable advances, depending on the nature of the project and the size of the company.

Closing Date

June 15, 2022 / October 14, 2022

Support for innovation in building energy and air treatment systems

Goal

Develop products or services for low-carbon and healthier buildings:
– Climate engineering in smart buildings
– Improved product lifespan
– Decarbonized energies
– Low carbon refrigerants…

Beneficiaries

The leader of the project is a local authority, a mixed syndicate or an intermunicipal syndicate.
The consortium may include private actors of any kind, responsible for the design, implementation and management of all or part of the project components.

Projects

Expenditure base for the project of a minimum amount of €0.6 million or €2 million depending on the nature of the project leader
Each partner must bear at least 300 k€ of eligible expenses

Public co-financing

Mix of grants and repayable advances, depending on the nature of the project and the size of the company.

Closing Date intermediaries

Intermediate succession on June 16, 2022
Final succession on October 14, 2022

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