The purpose of this law is to strengthen consumer protection, household living standards protection, and energy sovereignty protection.
Laws that address the climate include:
On biogas. There is now a national biogas portal. It is written as follows: "In order to strengthen this security of supply of natural gas, it identifies the support measures necessary to accelerate and develop projects for the production of biogas and any other form of gas renewable sources, in particular those from agricultural methanisation, while ensuring that there is no conflict of use with land and agricultural prices."
On louminous advertising. Any illuminated advertising, any advertising supporting posters illuminated by projection or transparency, or any digital advertising in built-up areas and outside of built-up areas, on roads open to public traffic, as well as in a sensitive installation or work, may be prohibited by the Minister responsible for energy in the event that the security of the electricity supply is threatened without jeopardizing the goals of public security and national defense, as well as the safety of sensitive installations and works. When they are visible from a public roadway, ads placed inside of a building are likewise covered by this article. An item that sought to legalize the use of leftover cooking oil as fuel for private cars has been contested by the Constitutional Council.
On August 12, 2022, the Constitutional Council approved the law. The installation of a floating LNG carrier is prohibited by the Environmental Charter and is likely to harm the environment, according to the Council's decision. However, the Council approves this installation in light of the nation's independence being threatened by a challenging gas supply. The Constitutional Council's ruling is accompanied by an interpretational reservation in this context. This reservation states that the protection of the environment must be pursued in the same manner as the other core national interests.