ADEME is committed to making its websites, intranet, extranet and mobile applications, etc. accessible in accordance with Article 47 of Law No. 2005-102 of 11 February 2005.

To this end, it is implementing the following strategy and actions [links to the multi-year plan and to the action plan for the current year, including the assessment of actions carried out in the previous year].

This accessibility statement applies to the website.


In the absence of an audit and pending the audit, the site is not in compliance with the general accessibility improvement standard. The non-compliances and/or derogations are listed below.




The contents listed below are not accessible for the following reasons

Non conformity


Exemptions for disproportionate burden


Content not subject to the accessibility obligation




This declaration was established on February 21, 2022.

Technologies used for the realization of the website:

- Infrastructure language : PHP 7

- CMS infrastructure : Laravel + Voyager

User agents, assistive technologies and tools used to verify accessibility

Web page testing was performed with the following combinations of web browsers and screen readers: None

The following tools were used in the evaluation: None

Pages of the site that were subject to compliance testing: None



If you are unable to access a content or service, you can contact the website manager to be directed to an accessible alternative or to obtain the content in another form. To do this, you must send a message to the following email address:



This procedure is to be used in the following case.

You have notified the website manager of a lack of accessibility that prevents you from accessing a content or service of the portal and you have not received a satisfactory response.

  • Write a message to the Human Rights Defender (
  • Contact the delegate of the Defender of Rights in your area (
  • Send a letter by post (free of charge, do not put a stamp) Défenseur des droits
    Free reply 71120 75342 Paris CEDEX 07

Validity of the accessibility declaration

The accessibility declaration is valid from the date of its publication. It must be updated:

  • on the date of substantial modification or redesign of the site concerned.
  • 3 years after the date of publication of the declaration, or,
  • 18 months after the date of publication of a new version of the standard, for those who apply the technical method.

However, it may be advisable to update the accessibility statement more regularly, even for the same version of the technical method, in order to highlight the efforts made and to update the percentage of criteria met.

Publication of the accessibility statement

The accessibility statement is published on the internet in an accessible format.

For websites, the accessibility statement is published on the website concerned. It is made available on an accessibility page, directly accessible from the home page and from any page of the site.

For mobile applications, it is available on the website of the organization that developed the application or appears with other information available when downloading the application. The compliance status is specified within the application.

For other online public communication services, it is available on the website of the organizations responsible for their management or provision.

The declaration of accessibility is filed via a teleservice according to the procedures jointly determined by the minister in charge of the disabled and the minister in charge of digital technology.

Response to users

The organization concerned provides users with the possibility of making complaints about the accessibility of its online public communication services. It acknowledges receipt of these complaints in accordance with the provisions of article R112-3 of the Code of relations between the public and the Administration. The acknowledgement of receipt includes the information mentioned in article R112-5 of the same code.

The organization concerned shall respond to any complaint within one week of the date it is sent. If the user's complaint raises one or more complex issues justifying a longer period of examination, the reply shall indicate a reasonable period of time for the final reply. The complex nature of the issues raised must be duly substantiated.

The user must identify himself in his complaint by following the requirements of article R112-9-1 of the same code.

If the information provided by the user in his or her complaint is incomplete or not sufficiently clear, the organization concerned will ask the user to complete or clarify the information and will notify the user of the reasonable timeframe for processing or its final response after receiving the requested information.

Access ADEME's multi-year plan for making digital assets accessible for 2021-2023.

Access the 2021 annual plan of the ADEME's multi-year plan for making digital assets accessible for 2021-2023.

Access the 2022 annual plan of ADEME's multi-year plan for the accessibility of digital assets for 2021-2023.