It's a report gone unnoticed. At the end of January, the Finance Committee of the National Assembly published the conclusions of a parliamentary mission on the ecological transition. Among the topics tackled by the rapporteurs Bénédicte Peyrol and Christophe Bouillon: the incentive tools for the energy renovation of housing. MEPs members of the mission call for a redesign of tax incentive mechanisms to accompany households during a real "renovation of their home". But also consider more coercive measures.

They thus suggest, at the end of a sentence, to exclude from the rental market the most inefficient real estate properties from the energy point of view. A proposal "shock and coercive" that the member Bénédicte Peyrol fully assumes: "it is a measure that would be the last resort, in the sense that it would be an obligation and not an incentive to invest in the energy transition, "she explains to Capital. After the carrot stick, so.

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A proposal that is reminiscent of the bonus-malus track on the taxation of donors, imagined by Nicolas Hulot in late 2017 and abandoned after his departure from the government. The latter wanted to penalize the owners of energy-intensive housing, for example by modulating the property tax based on energy diagnoses. While rewarding, conversely, landlords who have done major renovation work.

Inspired by the work of the former Minister for the Ecological Transition, the rapporteurs Bénédicte Peyrol and Christophe Bouillon also take up this idea of ​​tax reward, for complete renovation programs. "This solution could be studied, particularly in the context of the transformation of the

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