Assessing that France was not following a trajectory that would enable it to meet its climate objectives, on October 5, 2022, Eolise submitted to the French Government ten legislative and regulatory proposals concerning renewable energies.
The Government has refused to consider this proposal (this lack of answer is administratively considered an implicit refusal).
Eolise considers that the so-called «renewable energy acceleration law», that has been subsequently approved, will not allow the development of renewable energies in France and the achievement of the planned objectives.
Eolise considers that the law does not address the concrete and indispensable measures to implement the objective to accelerate the transition to renewable energies law and has decided to sue the French government, asking the Council of State to annul the implicit refusal to consider its ten propositions.
Plaintiff asks the Council of State to order the French State to take all useful measures in favor of the development of renewable energies to achieve the binding objectives set by the applicable laws and Treaties and, even more, to accelerate the development of these energies in the public interest, within a maximum period of six months. A financial penalty per every six months of delay has been requested.
No case documents are available.