SEAP monitoring and follow-up evolves in Val d'Ille joint community

SEAP monitoring and follow-up evolves in Val d'Ille joint community
Published by Sophie Merle on 08/12/2014

The operational action plan document has slowly evolved to a 10 pages document with a one page summary table. A simple and convenient way to share the progresses made and still to come between elected representatives and staff. 

The joint community works on its action plan since 2008. Val d'Ille community joined the Convenant of mayors from 2009, and completed one of the first joint action plans in 2011. The monitoring of the action plan is investigated yearly during an special meeting of the executive.

Soazig Rouillard, in charge of SEAP coordination, notes that the current synthetic form of the document fits perfectly the needs of the working group : "we only use detailed evaluation for the actions we want to examine further, she said, carrying out the evaluation of all actions would be time demanding and finally useless compared to the decisions made. In 2014 we calculated the GHG balance for electric bicycles* and wood chips supply thanks to the Ademe methodology. In 2015 we plan to assess the whole transport policy. We will also keep on thinking about woodchips district heating**"


La campagne du Val d'Ille pour la mobilité durable

The working groups have also evolved according to the needs.

From 2008 to 2014, a workshop gathering elected representatives and citizens met regularly, and sp

In 2014, the new-elected team wishes to make this organisation evolve to a joint working group to encourage municipal*** elected representative commitment into the action plan.

* Val d'Ille Joint community proposes electric bicycles to rent to the population of the territory

** the Joint Community wonders if they should produce and distribute heat from woodchips boilers or other renewable energies

*** the Joint Community gathers 10 municipalities