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Reduce your energy costs

Energy is a big part of your operating costs, and it is important to keep it under control. Reducing your energy bill means more money for your business. The price of natural gas is cheaper than oil. These savings could mean a chance to reinvest in your business to increase your productivity.

"In our business, costs are the key to staying competitive, Reducing our heating bill is essential because it gives us the financial margin to be more aggressive in the market."

Alain Roy, Owner of Motosport 4 Saisons

Chart comparing annual energy costs1 equivalent to 10,000 m3 (100% processes).


Grants for your businesses

Énergir offers grants to businesses that would like to switch from fuel oil to natural gas to reduce their energy consumption and more. There are several types of grants:

  • Rebate on the purchase and installation of natural gas appliances and high-efficiency appliances
  • Programs to support businesses in developing energy efficiency measures
  • Grants for a new efficient construction
  • Grants for energy-efficient renovations (replacing windows, insulating, sealing, etc.)
  • Grants for feasibility studies for energy-efficient projects

Energy efficiency

Benefit from grants

In addition to seeing your monthly energy costs decrease, Énergir can provide you with several grants to help you choose energy efficient solutions for your business..

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A safe and reliable network

Énergir's distribution network is among the most modern in North America and is maintained by a team of experts who monitor the system 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Moreover, the design and construction of Énergir’s network meet the most stringent standards of the Canadian gas industry.
1. The rebates are applicable to businesses located on the Énergir gas network and equipped with central heating appliances, provided that they do not have a heat pump or dual-energy heating system. The amount of financial assistance is based on expected natural gas consumption, the type of appliance to be installed and the total amount of the investment. The 15% total corresponds to a potential customer who installs a natural gas warm-air furnace with a capacity of 10,000 m3. The rebates are subject to credit approval and eligibility for the natural gas Consumption Rebate Program and the Energy Efficiency Program. The terms and conditions of the program and the amounts of financial assistance are subject to change without notice. A five-year natural gas supply contract is required. Other conditions may apply. The financial assistance will only be paid once the natural gas appliance(s) is(are) installed. 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.

2. The rebates are applicable to businesses located on the Énergir gas network and equipped with oil-fired central heating appliances, provided that they do not have a heat pump or dual-energy heating system and that the expected new natural gas appliance consumption is at least of 3,600m3 of natural gas. Other conditions may apply. The terms and conditions of the program and the amounts of financial assistance are subject to change without notice. To benefit from this grant, you must sign a contract with Énergir or an Énergir Natural Gas Certified Partner first.

1-2: The cost to switch to natural gas includes a basic connection charge of $300. An additional cost may apply if an extension to the natural gas network is needed, plus an additional contribution based on the expected consumption of natural gas. 

3. According to the prices in effect from June 1, 2021 to May 31, 2022. 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.

* The calculation of energy savings is generally based on: (i) an evaluation of the energy efficiency of the various types of appliances, according to their age; and (ii) based on the average annual prices available for the different sources of energy for the Montréal (Québec) area. Several factors, particularly related to the building and appliances, may influence actual results. The results of this calculation are estimates only and may therefore differ from reality.