Save up to 60%* each year by switching to natural gas

Natural gas is the most common heating source in Ontario, and now more communities will have access to reliable, affordable energy as we expand our service across the province. Learn about the benefits of switching to natural gas and see how much you can save.

Scugog Island’s John Powell converted to natural gas and saves annually.

See how much you could save by switching

Get a personalized estimate of how much your home or business could save each year with our online calculator. Simply enter your home’s age, square footage and a few more details—we’ll take care of the rest. Please have your current fuel bill handy.

Bring home all the benefits

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More affordable
Compared to electricity, propane or oil, natural gas is the most cost-effective way to heat your home and water.

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Comfort and convenience
Never worry about running out of fuel or waiting for deliveries again.

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Lower carbon emissions
Natural gas can help reduce your home’s carbon footprint.

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Versatile and efficient
From fireplaces to clothes dryers, natural gas can make your home more comfortable and enjoyable.


What our customers are saying

“We’ve saved all kinds of money by converting to natural gas. And we no longer have to worry about paying for propane tanks or getting them refilled.”

Phil Dewsnap, Homeowner, Fenelon Falls


How are community expansion projects funded?

Building the infrastructure to bring natural gas to rural communities is a significant investment. The province introduced Bill 32 – the Access to Natural Gas Act to enable partial funding for expansion projects through a monthly subsidy from existing natural gas customers and a surcharge from new customers in these areas ($0.23/m3). Even with this surcharge, homes can still enjoy savings up to 60 percent per year by switching to natural gas.

See also: Understanding your bill—learn how seasonal changes affect fees


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Natural gas is coming to more communities!

On June 9, 2021, the Ontario Government announced that the following Enbridge Gas projects were selected to receive funding through the Natural Gas Expansion program. We’re thrilled to bring affordable energy to these areas:

  • Bobcaygeon
  • Boblo Island
  • Caledon (Humber Station)
  • Cedar Springs
  • Chute-á-Blondeau
  • East Gwillimbury (North and East)
  • Eganville
  • Glendale Subdivision
  • Grimsby-Lincoln
  • Hamilton Airport Regional Expansion
  • Hidden Valley (Huntsville)
  • Lanark and Balderson
  • Merrickville-Wolford
  • Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte First Nation
  • Neustadt
  • Prince Edward County (Cherry Valley)
  • Red Rock First Nation (Lake Helen Reserve)
  • Sandford
  • Severn (Washago)
  • St. Charles
  • Tweed

* For residents in formerly served by Union Gas service territory: Natural gas prices are based on Rate M1 rates in effect as of April 1, 2022 and include the $0.23 per mm3 expansion surcharge. Oil price is based on the latest available retail price. Electricity rates based on Hydro One Distribution rates (Mid-density R1) as of April 1, 2022 and Regulated Price Plan (RPP) customers that are on Time-Of-Use (TOU) pricing. They include the new Ontario Electricity Rebate (OER). The propane price comparison is based on the lowest price obtained in an area survey conducted quarterly. Since individual fuel prices vary, savings assumptions may or may not be as accurate in your situation. Please use the savings calculator found on this page for a more accurate savings estimate. Costs have been calculated for the equivalent energy consumed and include all service, delivery and energy charges. Carbon price is included for all energy types as reported. HST is not included.

For residents in formerly served by Enbridge Gas service territory: Natural gas prices are based on Rate 1 rates in effect as of April 1, 2022 and include the $0.23 per mm3 expansion surcharge. Oil price is based on the latest available retail price. Electricity rates based on Hydro One Distribution rates (Mid-density R1) as of April 1, 2022 and Regulated Price Plan (RPP) customers that are on Time-Of-Use (TOU) pricing. They include the new Ontario Electricity Rebate (OER). The propane price comparison is based on the lowest price obtained in an area survey conducted quarterly. Since individual fuel prices vary, savings assumptions may or may not be as accurate in your situation. Please use the savings calculator found on this page for a more accurate savings estimate. Costs have been calculated for the equivalent energy consumed and include all service, delivery and energy charges. Carbon price is included for all energy types as reported. HST is not included.