The Shift Project speaks at a public hearing organized by the Senate

Jean-Marc Jancovici and Brice Mallié presented The Shift Project's proposals to the French Senate on Wednesday, December 17th during a hearing on energy transition.

Energy efficiency at the heart of the Juncker investment plan

France and Germany decided to carry the energy renovation of buildings at the heart of the ECOFIN summit on December 9th. As part of the Juncker investment plan for the revival of the European economy, Paris and Berlin submitted the use of innovative finance for massive projects involving energy efficiency commitments. The ESFA project (Energy Shift Financing Agency) - led by The Shift Project and the Nicolas Hulot Foundation is partly behind this radical change in the European strategy.

The Shift Project partners with World Efficiency 2015

The Shift Project is a partner of World Efficiency Show & Congress, which will take place in Paris On October 13-15 2015. This international fair, created by the Pollutec organization, will bring together policy makers, economic operators and solution developers around the fight against global warming and resource scarcity.

EU ETS : the Shift's Position Paper on the Market Stability Reserve

The Shift Project published its Position Paper on the Market Stability Reserve (MSR), which is the first step toward a structural reform of the EU ETS. The paper is open to comments until November 27th.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              …

CDC Climat's study on climate funds in France: reporting from the conference

A study conducted by CDC Climat Recherche reveals that the funding dedicated to climate change in France in 2011 amounted to €22 billion. The results of the study were presented on October 21th, 2014 at a conference co-organized with The Shift Project.

French Energy Transition bill: too little, too vague

The bill on energy transition voted October 14 at the first reading in the Assembly confirms several essential ideas. But it lacks the strategic vision needed to achieve the "green" growth model which the government is hoping will shape the French economy. In this article, The Shift Project explains why it believes the government’s plan suffers major economic hurdles.

The Shift unveils its Passport for Energy Efficiency

Passeport Efficacité EnergétiqueThe Shift Project is about to test its Passport for Energy Efficiency, a tool able to speed up thermic renovation in France in a scope way wider than what is prescribed by the law on energy transition. The tryouts of the "Passport", which has been designed by the main actors of the business, will start in October 2014 in several regions and cities.  

The Shift develops a tool for large-scale energy renovation of buildings

The provision adopted on September 25 by the Members of Parliament is too small a step. To meet the challenges that come with the energy renovation of buildings in France, The Shift Project has developed a "Passport for Energy Efficiency" which will provide a solution for households and professionals alike.

The Shift Project launches a new project aimed at reconciling public procurement and innovation

Fotolia_#42020756-© Olivier Le MoalRecognising that public procurement plays a key role in achieving a low-carbon economy, The Shift Project has initiated a working group to study ways in which current tender mechanisms can be improved. Our think tank's objective is to bring forward proposals to make public procurement more flexible, more responsive and more open to innovation.

The Shift Project signs a declaration in preparation for the COP 21

Signataires Tribune COP21The Shift Project has co-signed a declaration demanding that strong action be taken to tackle climate issues ahead of the COP 21. Among the other 13 signatories are organizations that bring companies together on societal responsibility and sustainable development. This call for action by economic actors is the first of its kind in France.