Hydro-Québec launches a public consultation commission
MONTREAL, February 2, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Following the collective energy initiative launched in March 2021 In order to collect the public’s ideas on the energy transition, Hydro-Québec invites Quebecers to become permanently involved in the development of the company by participating in a public consultation table. The Hydro & Moi Panel is a community of Quebecers that Hydro-Québec consults regularly to get their opinion on various subjects.
Quebecers who join the Hydro & Moi Panel will have the opportunity to influence Hydro-Québec’s decisions and policies by sharing their experiences and opinions through consultations. In doing so, they will help shape Québec’s energy future and enable Hydro-Québec to better serve its customers.
“Quebecers’ enthusiasm for the Collective Energy initiative and the ambitious ideas they submitted have prompted us to involve the public in our discussions throughout the year on subjects that will affect various aspects of Hydro’s activities. -Quebec in the short and long term. We are listening, and we invite all those who wish to reflect with us on the energy future of Quebec to participate in the Hydro & Moi Panel”, underlined Julie BoucherVice President – Customer Experience, Communications and Community Relations.
Consultations will generally be done through online questionnaires and will address a range of topics related to Hydro-Québec’s mission and activities, such as:
- Your needs and expectations for new products and services
- Your energy efficiency habits
- Your motivations to adopt or not adopt new behaviors
- Your opinions on Hydro-Québec projects
- Your interest in Hydro-Québec’s energy efficiency programs
- The progression of your perceptions of the challenges of the energy transition
All residents of Quebec aged 18 or over can Subscribe to the Hydro & Me panel. Participants will also have the chance to win prizes and be among the first informed of upcoming Hydro-Québec projects.
For further information: Caroline Des Rosiers, spokesperson, [email protected]514 289-5005