Year of launch:: 

PROMO-ISOL is an incentive programme for the thermal insulation of the roofs of new and existing single-family homes. The funding mechanism put in place consists of:

  • An investment grant, financed by the Energy Transition Fund (Fonds de Transition Énergétique – FTE), of 8 DT per m² of insulated roof for existing housing and 6 DT per m² of insulated roof for housing under construction.
  • A bank loan on favourable terms (5% interest rate), granted by the FTE, of an amount up to 2,400 DT.



Physical Stages

Financial Stages

Canvassing of customers by INSTALLERS or SUPPLIERS;

Signing of a contract between the CUSTOMER and the SUPPLIER for the work to be undertaken.

Examination of the CUSTOMER’s credit file by the SUPPLIER together with a BANK participating in the programme;

Further study of the credit file and granting of an agreement in principle between the BANK and the CUSTOMER, informing the SUPPLIER;

Appointment of an INSTALLER by the SUPPLIER and provision of the necessary products for the airtight insulation to be installed;

Appointment of an INSPECTOR by the ANME;

Installation of the airtight insulation by the INSTALLER;

Inspection and acceptance of the airtight insulation work by the INSPECTOR;

Communication to the SUPPLIER, of the INSPECTOR’s acceptance report of the airtight insulation installed;

Communication to the BANK of the work’s acceptance report in order to complete the credit file;

Granting of the BANK’s final agreement relating to the CUSTOMER’s credit file;  the SUPPLIER to be informed;

Examination of the grant application file by the SUPPLIER and its delivery to ANME.








The CUSTOMER pays a personal contribution to the SUPPLIER (after activity 2);


Payment of inspection fees to the INSPECTOR (after activity 8);



The SUPPLIER pays the INSTALLER’s fees (after activity 8);


Credit transfer by the BANK directly to the SUPPLIER (after activity 11);


Release of the ANME grant to the SUPPLIER (after activity 12);


The CLIENT repays the loan in instalments (after activity 12);



  • 30%
    The scarcity of national natural resources along with the increase of energy demand leads Tunisia to initiate an energy transition process focusing on the increase of the share of renewable energies in the production of electricity in order to reach 12% by 2020 and 30% by 2030, in comparison to the current 3%. Indeed, the objective is to reach a renewable electric power of 3815 MW by 2030.
  • 45%
    International negotiations on climate change resulted in a historic agreement in December 2015 in Paris called the "Paris Agreement"
  • 35%
    Penetration rate of renewable energies in electricity production in 2030