10th edition of the State of Energy in Quebec

February 8, 2024

It is still too early to distinguish between the effects of the pandemic, prices, and the energy transition in Quebec in production and consumption data. For instance, there was a 7% increase in petroleum product sales from 2021 to 2022, and an increasing number of large vehicles is being added to the fleet. This illustrates the gap between our energy consumption habits and the targets that are not on track to being achieved.

These are the main findings of The State of Energy in Quebec 2024 Edition, which has just been released by the HEC Montréal Chair in Energy Sector Management. This annual review, which has been prepared by Pierre-Olivier Pineau, Research Chair in Energy Sector Management, and Johanne Whitmore, is financed with support from the Government of Quebec. Here are some highlights.

 

The struggle to break with past inertia

 

Energy consumption and vehicle sales

 

Electricity: significant power and energy requirements

 

New energy sectors

 

Regional challenges

 

Find out more

The State of Energy in Quebec 2024 Edition [only in French]

HEC Montréal Chair in Energy Sector Management


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