Benefits of a hybrid engine

Most vehicles operated by compression ignition can be fuelled by a mixture of diesel and natural gas, combining the autonomy of the former with the savings and reduced emissions of the latter. Hybrid vehicles benefit from the accessibility of diesel while reducing polluting emissions thanks to natural gas, contributing to an improved eco-responsible performance.

Reduce your fuel costs

Reduce your fuel bills and run your vehicles more cleanly by mixing natural gas with diesel.

Chart comparing annual fuel costs1 for a dump truck / crane consuming an average of 103.3 liters of diesel per 100 km. Based on an annual mileage of 37,500 kilometers. The cost of natural gas correspond to a hybrid engine (50% compressed natural gas (CNG) and 50% diesel) and those of propane correspond to a hybrid (30% propane and 70% diesel).

Reduce your GHG emissions

Reduce your environmental footprint without compromising on power for your heavy-duty vehicles. When a vehicle runs on a mixture of 85% natural gas and 15% diesel, greenhouse emissions are reduced by as much as 21%, SO2 emissions by up to 99%, NOx emissions by as much as 17% and fine particulate emissions by as much as 97%. These numbers don’t lie; blue is better.

Choose performance

By converting your fleet of vehicles, you get all the advantages of natural gas as a cleaner, better-performing fuel. The conversion procedure is easy and simple; you won’t need to make any internal modifications to your diesel engines when switching to blue.

Save up to 30% of the extra cost

Save more with grants from the Écocamionnage provincial government program. It provides financial assistance to reduce the acquisition cost of natural gas vehicles. More reason to switch to blue!

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1 According to the prices in effect from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016. Based on Gaz Métro rates and those of Hydro-Québec approved by the Régie de l’énergie; takes into account base electric consumption and rack price of oil with 2% sulfur including, in particular, transport, distribution and CATS.