Did you know?
It only takes a minute
If every household in Québec decided to shorten their shower time by one minute, after just one year, we would have collectively saved enough hot water to fill approximately 6,000 Olympic-size pools.
It’s a small change that makes a big difference for us all.For more tips on heating water
One small change
If every household in Québec turned off an outdoor light that normally stays on all night (from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m., for example) for one year, the resulting collective impact would make it possible to light approximately 720,000 homes for an entire year. That’s every home in Montréal.
It’s a small change that makes a big difference for us all.More tips on lighting
We all have electronics that we rarely use and could unplug. If every household in Québec unplugged just one rarely used device for one year (e.g. VCR), the resulting collective impact would provide enough electricity to meet the power needs of city of Québec residents for about 12 days.Learn more about phantom loads
Are you ready for winter?
A heap of savings
Did you know that heating accounts for over half of your annual electricity bill? There are many useful tips that could help you save.See how to get ready for winter