Energy audit: do you have to apply for it to benefit and when will you receive it?

Starting April 2, the first energy checks will be distributed to 5.6 million eligible households on a staggered schedule. Recipients do not need to take any action to receive it. Dispatch to make a point.

The campaign to send energy checks starts on Tuesday 2 April for low-income households. 5.6 million households are affected and do not need to take any action.

Help sent between April 2nd and 25th

Nominal support will be paid between 2 and 25 April. The first letters sent today will cover the first 20 departments.

  • Centre-Val-de-Loire: Indra
  • Overseas Department: Guadeloupe, Guyana, Martinique, Mayotte, Réunion and Saint-Martin
  • Grand East: Ardennes, Bas-Rhin and Haute-Marne
  • Hauts-de-France: Aisne and North
  • Ile-de-France: Seine-Saint-Denis
  • Normandy: Orn
  • New Aquitaine: Creuse, Dordogne and Lot-et-Garonne
  • Occitanie: Ariège, Aude, Gard, Pyrénées-Orientales and Tarn-et-Garonne
  • Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur: Vaucluse

Residents of the other wards will receive mail sequentially: the second shipment will take place between April 8 and 12, the third between April 15 and 19. Finally, the last shipment will take place between April 22 and 25. You can find the complete calendar on the dedicated website.

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Energy check 2024: payment date, conditions… everything you need to know about this help for your electricity and gas bills

No action is required

Power control assignment is automatic and no action is required. The eligibility criteria are the same as for 2023. The amount of support, which ranges between 48 and 277 euros, is calculated according to the reference tax income (RFR) and the composition of the household. Residents of nursing homes, independent residences, Ehpa (accommodation facility for the elderly), ESLD (long-term care facility) or USLD (long-term care unit) can also use state support.

If you are eligible and still haven’t received your support at the end of the month, you can apply on the website or by phone on 0 805 204 805.

Several ways to use

An energy check can be used to pay utility bills, buy fuel or some energy work. This year, it can also be used to pay rent, including energy costs, in the social housing fund.

It can be used online by entering the coupon link on the service provider’s website or mailed to pay the invoice. In order to avoid advances on a recurring invoice, it is possible to ask the supplier to automatically take into account the check for the following year. The amount will be deducted directly from the electricity or gas bill.

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