Given the popularity of this type of measure, the Natural Gas Technologies Centre (NGTC) has developed a thermal plant performance analysis tool. A public version will be available in June 2018. Don’t hesitate to contact your advisor if you are interested in carrying out energy-saving projects.
The C&T system’s second compliance period, for 2015 to 2017, is now over. Covered establishments have until November 1, 2018 to deposit emission allowances in sufficient quantities into their CITSS compliance account to meet their obligations.
The excess emission allowances may be kept for the new compliance period (2018–2020), for which the obligation to surrender the emission allowances must be respected by November 1, 2021.
In some cases, there could be benefits for participants to sell their excess emission allowances rather than keep them until 2021, so as to:
We invite you to contact us once you have calculated your final emissions for 2017, so as to discuss offers to purchase your excess emission units.
For any questions or to indicate your interest, please email Hugo Levert, Carbon Market Senior Advisor, or call him at 514 598-3186.
* Énergir does not act as an advisor in applying the C&T system. As such, this newsletter must not be considered a recommendation on whether to trade or not trade emission allowances.
During the week of May 14, you will receive an email invitation to participate in a survey on your satisfaction as an Énergir Major Industries customer. As usual, an external firm will contact you.
Your participation in this survey is very important as it allows us to continually improve our performance and provide you with services that meet your expectations. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.