Nicolas Chabrand, president of the Federation du BTP des Hautes-Alpes and Sebastien Matheron of Enedis Alpes du Sud met Monday at the Federation's headquarters to renew their partnership agreement. The program for the next three-years, which includes the strengthening of safety and prevention actions, regulatory training, and better collaboration on construction sites, was discussed.
With the proliferation of electric charging points within buildings, the energy transition will also be a prominent topic. According to the Federation, it is keen to be proactive on these issues and encourage members to have photovoltaic panels installed in their buildings. It is a question of autonomy as rising energy prices are affecting the sector severely.