The tax credit in France dedicated to sustainable development (energy savings, renewable energies)
The purpose of these pages is to summarize the various aid and tax credit for assistance with home equipment.
Warning: these pages below have been written to provide readers with a better understanding of the list of equipment that can benefit from the tax credit. Reading it cannot replace reading theArticle 90 the Finance Act 2005, theArticle 83 of the Finance Act 2006Arrested for the 9th February 2005, 12th December 2005 and November 13, 2007And tax instructions 5B-26-05, 5-17 06B-and-5B 17-07.
The 2005 finance law created a tax credit dedicated to sustainable development and energy savings. Intended to strengthen the incentive nature of the tax system in favor of equipment in the main home, this measure is now targeted on the most energy-efficient equipment as well as on equipment using renewable energies. This measure aims to widely disseminate sustainable energy equipment in order to help achieve France's ambitious objectives in terms of energy savings and renewable energies. It is part of the strategy put in place to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by a factor of 4 by 2050. The finance law for 2006 completed certain measures initially planned.
What expenses are affected by this measure?
The tax credit concerns the expenditure for the acquisition of certain equipment supplied by the companies having carried out the work and being the subject of an invoice, under the conditions specified in Article 90 of the Finance Act for 2005 and in article 83 of the 2006 finance law.
These pages concern (click on the equipment that interests you):
- the most efficient heating equipment (low temperature and condensing boilers)
- insulation materials, frames and windows
- the heating control devices
- equipment using renewable energy
- heat pumps
- connecting some equipment to heating networks powered mainly by renewable energy or cogeneration plants.
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