Having a natural gas supply is a major asset for municipalities. Not only does it reduce the environmental impact of municipal activities, but it also improves the competitiveness of businesses in the region, promotes regional development and creates jobs.
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Natural gas for industrial parks is a must for attracting and maintaining businesses. It’s a source of energy that helps diversify a regional economy. Installing natural gas in your industrial park will provide you with the tools to turn your city into a dynamic, thriving community.
Énergir works with you so that you can take advantage of natural gas and its benefits. Our dedicated team will work with you throughout the connection project. We have already developed numerous projects with large municipalities.
This 72-km extension was made possible thanks to financial assistance from the Québec government and from Canada Economic Development, but in particular thanks to the mobilization of elected representatives and the business community in the region.
“In addition to having access to one of the cleanest energy sources, our companies finally have access to an energy source that will lower production costs, making them more competitive. Moreover, businesses here are now on an equal footing with business in other Québec regions.” Hervé Blais, Warden of the Bellechasse RCM
This extension of 80 km completed in 2020 between Bellechasse and Montmagny, was made possible thanks to the mobilization of the business community in the region and the RCM of the region.
An 80-km extension in seven municipalities across the Thetford Mines region was completed in 2012.
“The Polyvalente de Thetford Mines was the very first institution to benefit from natural gas after the construction of a brand new pipeline between Vallée-Jonction and Thetford Mines,” said the school board president Denis Langlois. “In terms of financial payback, this commitment is one of the pillars that will ensure the maintenance and improvement of the quality of educational services.”
Sherbrooke Innopole and Énergir
An organization dedicated to the economic development of the City of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke Innopole has worked hard to enable high value added businesses to set up in the region as quickly as possible. In record time, new sites were made available to such employers as Rexfab (agri-food equipment), Mesotec (high-precision machining) and Cooper-Standard (automotive components), along with the necessary permits and infrastructures. Already, 50% of the land has been sold in a very short time—a rare occurrence for an industrial park.