In France, the tax credit granted for energy renovation could disappear next year. It would be replaced by a bonus reserved for the middle and lower classes.
“We had more than 2,000 euros of fuel consumption per year, so there you have it, with the heat pump, we were told that we would have a big saving“. These owners have decided to invest in a state-of-the-art heat pump. This investment is eligible for CITE, the tax credit for energy transition. A financial boost that covers 30% of their work.
Credit replaced by premium?
But as early as next year, the rules could change depending on The echoes. The wealthiest 20% of households will no longer be eligible for this subsidy, although they represented 50% of beneficiaries. Aid will be for the most modest in the form of bonuses of up to a maximum of 11,000 euros. Financial assistance will be more direct. Until today, whoever did the work obtained a tax reduction after one year. From 2020, the most modest will get a subsidy when the work is done.