Commune fibrée label®

Loire is the first Department in France to have 100%* FTTH coverage thanks to the public THD42 programme – run by SIEL-Territoire d’énergie Loire.

*except for Saint-Étienne Métropole and Roannais Agglomération where Orange is installing fibre optics in 49 municipalities.


The commune fibrée®” label is a registered trademark of SIEL-Territoire d’énergie Loire. Areas not covered by the THD42 network can contact us here if they would like to use the label and find out the terms and conditions.


As part of the THD42 programme funded by SIEL-Territoire d’énergie Loire, the Loire’s EPCIs (inter-municipal bodies) with tax-raising powers, the State and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region, 274 municipalities will be equipped with FTTH.

This exceptional scheme, the only one of its kind in France*, makes Loire one of the most advanced areas in the country, and even in Europe.

As the scheme’s sponsor, SIEL-Territoire d’énergie Loire has registered the commune fibrée® trade mark to use as a “label” to boost dynamism at local level. It will mainly be visible on signs as you drive into towns and villages. This label is awarded to municipalities that have 100% of their buildings connectable with FTTH.

The aim is to:

‐ To promote and enhance the attractiveness of the territory.

‐ To create a club of municipalities.

‐ To boost local dynamism in favour of fibre optics and the digital transition.

‐ To set up communication actions specially dedicated to the communes fibrées.

*optical terminal socket included.

The commune fibrée® is free for the municipalities situated in the area covered by the THD42 network.

Municipalities with the label get:

‐ From SIEL-Territoire d’énergie Loire a pair of metal signs for the roads into the town, size 500 × 350 mm (single visual, non-personalisable).

‐ The possibility of ordering extra signs for €50 ex VAT each (cost price).

‐ The possibility of using the commune fibrée® name and logo on all its communication materials and on those of its partners, including real estate advertisements.