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A Climate, Air and Energy Plan (PCAEM) for the Greater Paris area

Egis is assisting the French capital with structuring action in the region to offset greenhouse gas emissions, embrace energy transition, reclaim air quality and adapt to climate change. The plan aims to consolidate local municipal action and encourage regional transition. Developing multifunctional “smart” public facilities (lighting, power generation, internet connections, etc.)

 

 

 

Created in a very short space of time, with the support of Egis Consulting teams, the PCAEM is the first strategic document of the Métropole du Grand Paris, and represents an unprecedented initiative, both in terms of the scale of the challenges to be addressed, and the size of the area covered. Last Monday, Patrick Ollier, president of the Métropole du Grand Paris, officially launched the communication on the climate plan. The Metropolitan Council unanimously adopted the draft Climate, Air and Energy Plan (PCAEM) at its meeting on 8 December 2017. The Métropole will play an active role in mobilising a diverse range of key players to achieve the ambition of the Paris Agreement. This first Metropolitan Climate, Air and Energy Plan aims to respond to the urgency of the climate challenge and to come up with a long-term roadmap for organising ecological transition and improving the resilience of the region and its inhabitants. To find out more, you can read the PCAEM plan here