Amos (or Ville d’Amos, in French) is a town in northwestern Québec, also known as a gateway between Montréal and the northern part of the province. Home of the Refuge Pageau Bear and the Lac Castagnier, Amos has a population of approximately 13,000 people, and it’s famous for being the main town on the Harricana River.
Like most cities in Québec, Amos’ electricity market is regulated. However, consumers can still choose their natural gas provider, whether for their homes or businesses. Read on to learn more about the Amos’ energy market — and how you can save on your natural gas bills by comparing energy providers in the region.
Ville d’Amos Natural Gas Rates
Énergir (formerly known as Gaz Métro) is the natural gas distributor in Amos, which means households and companies will still be billed by Énergir regardless of their natural gas retailer. However, consumers there can still select a natural gas supplier of their choice.
There is a wide range of competitive natural gas retailers in Québec. All these options, however, can make consumers confused about which natural gas supplier is the best for their needs. If that’s your case, EnergyRates.ca can help you compare natural gas providers in Québec, as well as their rates. The website is an unbiased, free comparison tool that will list the cheapest available rates from the major natural gas suppliers in the province.
Some of the competitive natural gas suppliers in Ville d’Amos and/or Québec include, but are not limited to:
Ville d‘Amos Electricity
The City of Amos is a member of the Association des d’électricité du Québec (AREQ — Association of the Redistributors of Electricity of Québec), meaning that the municipality is responsible for purchasing electricity from Hydro-Québec (the province’s largest distributor of electricity), and redistributing it to approximately 3,000 households, and commercial and industrial sites in Amos.