Is energy transition simply a new popular expression?
Energy transition is an issue that concerns all of us, and we recognize that we must all work on reducing our greenhouse gas emissions. We are committed to playing a prominent role in this transition in the Outaouais to ensure a greener tomorrow for future generations.
Become the first natural gas distributor in North America with a system that offers 100% green and renewable energy
Reach the bar of 30% gas from renewable sources injected into the system. In 2020 we started injecting gas from renewable sources into our system. In 2023, we are injecting 2% and will continue our growth to 30% and beyond by 2030.
A project that means a lot to us: renewable natural gas
Green hydrogen in Gatineau, a pan-Canadian project!
More environmentally friendly
Energy transition promotes the creation of an ecosystem focused on the production, distribution and consumption of green energy. We are already integrating the most promising green options, such as renewable natural gas and green hydrogen, which present numerous benefits for the environment, including the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
The development of green energy projects is a tangible step, one that we are already taking to protect the future and survival of generations to come. Renewable energies which, by definition, come from natural sources that will not run out, are a safe and sustainable solution for everyone.
Energy transition is an issue that represents a major lever for our region’s economic development and influence, and generates new jobs and incremental property taxes. We are working on spreading the renown of the Outaouais area and making Quebec and Canada leaders in the fight against greenhouse gas, all in an economically viable way.
The Inspiring Energy initiative, powered by Gazifère, aims to uncover and promote green energies such as renewable natural gas and hydrogen. It also seeks to foster a culture of energy efficiency and raise awareness among individuals and communities about the positive impact of these changes.