The budget allocated to MaPrimeRénov' is made permanent up to €2,5 billion from credits from the Ministry of Energy Transition.
These increased resources will make it possible to support the most efficient renovations as a priority and to accentuate support for low-income households. To this end, the following changes will be initiated on February 1, 2023:
To speed up the renovation of collective housing, the MaPrimeRénov' co-ownership scheme has been made permanent and will be reinforced by raising the ceilings for work that can be financed (from €15.000 to €25.000) and the doubling of individual premiums paid to households with very modest incomes and modest (respectively €3.000 and €1.500).
The financeable work ceilings with MaPrimeRénov' Serenity[BM2][MR3] will be increased from €30.000 to €35.000 to better support the most modest households in their overall renovation projects.
The "global renovation" packages for households with intermediate and higher resources, extended in the amending finance law for 2022, will be raised to €10.000 and €5.000 respectively to direct these households more clearly towards the most efficient work packages. Households with higher incomes are therefore excluded from financing by gesture, except in Overseas France.
In accordance with the orientation to gradually reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, to favor work packages and to target aid to the most modest households, the following measures will also come into force in 2023:
- From January 1, 2023, as announced in the spring of 2022, MaPrimeRénov' will no longer subsidize the purchase of gas boilers, including those with very high energy performance.
- From February 1, 2023, the amount of subsidy for the purchase of controlled mechanical ventilation and for the purchase of a pellet stove will also be lowered.
- The €1.000 bonus paid for the replacement of an oil or gas boiler with equipment of renewable origin, temporarily set up as part of the "resilience plan", will end on April 1 after a 3-month extension additional in 2023.
For Christophe Béchu, Minister of Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion: “Strengthening public support for housing renovation is both necessary to combat climate change and to support purchasing power. This is why, in 2023, the amounts of work supported via MaPrimeRénov' will increase, in order to take inflation into account and promote overall renovations. »
For Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister for Energy Transition: “By strengthening these support systems, the Government wants to give a real boost to overall housing renovations by better supporting the French in putting together applications and in their financing. The decarbonization of housing is indeed a major lever for reducing our greenhouse gas emissions. The end of subsidies for the purchase of gas boilers with MaPrimeRenov' is also a strong signal sent to accelerate the exit from fossil fuels. »
For Olivier Klein, Minister Delegate in charge of Cities and Housing: “The State budget dedicated to the energy renovation of housing and the changes in aid for 2023 make it possible to set the course: give priority to global renovations and accelerate renovation in collective housing. The success of energy renovation now depends on the massification of support, to carry out comprehensive and energy-efficient renovations, included in the agenda of ecological planning and France Nation verte. »