What does the law (the “hard”) say about public service?
Local authority associations* have long expressed the need for a clear legal basis. Now, what about its implementation?
What is missing in the law (the “soft”) and how does this public service interface with the requirements of the local climate, air and energy plans? How to mainstream energy and climate issues in local areas and in public service missions?
Finally, where are the resources needed to implement such a service? What avenues are being investigated to develop in-house resources? A debate between representatives of various local authorities: metropolitan councils, urban communities, city councils, rural municipalities and regional councils.
* Co-built session with: AdCF, AMORCE, AMRF, France Urbaine, CLER, Energy Cities, RAC
- Béatrice Santais, President of the Cœur de Savoie Community of Communes, TEPOS and AdCF network
- Jean-Patrick Masson, Delegate Councillor, Dijon Métropole
- Anne Walryck, Vice-president in charge of sustainable development, Bordeaux Métropolee
- Alain Leboeuf, President of SYDEV
- Olivier David, Head of the climate and energy efficiency unit, DGEC (Energy and Climate General Directorate), French Ministry for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition
Facilitation : Nicolas Garnier, AMORCE