Plan your energy budget wisely and avoid unwanted surprises. Whether it is used for heating your buildings or fuelling your fleet, natural gas can meet your municipality’s energy needs in a reliable and economical manner.
Power your municipal buildings with a reliable source of energy that will help you comply with the environmental standards you strive to meet. Not only is natural gas equipment safe and high performing, it also provides a rapid return on investment.
The transportation sector accounts for 42.5% of greenhouse gas emissions. All municipalities that operate a vehicle fleet on their territory contribute to this statistic. Running vehicles on natural gas will help reduce their environmental impact and lower their fuel costs, one of the biggest expenditure items for any municipality.
Natural gas is definitely an improvement on electricity in terms of comfort, energy efficiency and savings.
Jean Lemay, Energy Manager at the City of Québec
Chart comparing annual energy costs1 equivalent to 41,500 m3 (85% heating, 15% processes).
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Several municipalities have decided to choose natural gas as an energy source to reduce their energy costs and reinvest the money saved to improve the quality of life of its residents.
Heating large spaces can often involve a great deal of energy loss. When building the Parc Chauveau indoor soccer complex, the goal was clear—ensure efficient heating and ventilation, excellent air quality, and especially a comfortable environment for the players, without overheating them.
1 According to the prices in effect from March 1, 2019 to February 29, 2020. Based on Énergir rates and those of Hydro-Québec approved by the Régie de l’énergie; takes into account base electric consumption and rack price of oil with 2% sulfur including, in particular, transport, distribution and CATS.
* Certain conditions apply. Grant amounts will vary, depending on the equipment installed and the building’s characteristics. Only buildings within proximity of the natural gas network are eligible for the grant. . To benefit from the grant, you must submit a signed contract for the distribution and sale of natural gas to the contractor in charge of the work or to the Énergir representative. Grants will only be paid once the natural gas equipment is installed. A five-year natural gas supply contract is required. The eligibility criteria are listed in the Consumption Rebate Program guide approved by the Régie de l’énergie, a copy of which may be obtained on request. Grant amounts must not exceed eligible expenses. Program conditions and grant amounts may also be subject to change without prior notice.