Since November 2016, the vast majority of Énergir’s supplies has come from the Dawn hub, in southern Ontario. This decision was prompted by the Régie de l’énergie, which has been urging Énergir to move its supply structure closer to the markets it serves.
Meanwhile, gas supplies are an integral part of Énergir’s responsible procurement process. The end goals are to identify which gas producers have the best sustainable development practices, and to be able to improve traceability in order to know more precisely where and how the gas is produced.
At Énergir, while we understand and absolutely share the ambition of making a low-carbon world, we are also convinced of the necessity of remaining pragmatic when establishing an action plan. That is why we believe that by maximizing our efforts to encourage our customers to be more energy-efficient, by injecting 5% biomethane content in our gas network, by reducing the impacts all along the supply chain, and by focusing on markets where natural gas can make a real difference in the emissions that are currently being produced, in particular by displacing petroleum products (which inherently emit more greenhouse gases), we can concretely help reduce greenhouse gases and contribute to the transition towards a lower-carbon economy. This is notably the case in industry sectors and regions.
To learn more about the average annual consumption of certain natural gas appliances, visit the "Appliance" section. Take note that several factors play a role when analyzing consumption, such as the number of occupants, how often the appliance is used, the area in question and the building insulation.
A vast and secure distribution network, a clean and reliable energy, appliances that are both performant and efficient – these are just some of the advantages of adding a touch of Blue to your company. Natural gas is profitable. Through its commercial programs, Énergir provides financial assistance so that you can purchase and install new natural gas equipment.
To switch your central heating system to a natural gas one, please contact Énergir at 1 800 567-1313. One of our representative will make sure that natural gas is available in your region and will refer you to a commercial representative.
In business, performance and profitability are closely related. This is why Énergir offers you different commercial and financial programs--to make your switch to natural gas simpler. Whether it is to install, to modernize or to switch your equipment to natural gas ones, our programs will allow you to adopt the source of energy of business people, with peace of mind and no complications. Consult the section on commercial grants for details.
Natural gas is still less expensive than fuel oil. Compared to electricity, it is also less expensive for large volumes and is almost on an even footing in the rest of the business market. For more information, consult the Price section.
The financial markets (CMA Group) agree that its price will stay low for the next 10 years. However, Énergir's professionals closely watch market conditions on a daily basis so they can purchase natural gas as cheaply as possible and store it for future use.
All suppliers who participate in this service have agreed to respect the minimal commercial practices established by Énergir. If you believe that a supplier has not respected its commitment to follow these guidelines, please contact Énergir's customer service department at the phone number that appears on your bill.
With the Customer Space, you can consult your file, your consumption history, as well as the state of your account over the past 30 months. You can request to stop receiving your bill in paper format and choose the payment option that best suits you. The Customer Space also allows you to pay your bills on-line, be it through the site of your financial institution.
, fewer pollutants and fine particles, all responsible for smog, acid rain and global warming. The composition of natural gas is 95% methane, almost 4% ethane and nitrogen, and 1% carbon dioxide and propane. It is produced by the natural transformation of organic materials over millions of years.