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Installing oil-powered heating equipment in new construction is now prohibited in Quebec as of Dec. 31, 2021.

Installing oil-powered heating equipment in new construction is now prohibited in Quebec as of Dec. 31, 2021.
Two years later, as of Dec. 31, 2023, installing an oil furnace or replacing one with a fossil fuel furnace in existing buildings will also be prohibited, according to regulation by the Quebec government.
 
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Check out this article from the CBC about the year ahead in energy.

Expect high gas prices, oilpatch labour crunch, pipeline friction.

Warren Mabee, director of Queen's Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy in Kingston, Ont., is expecting the plan to show how a country dependent on fossil fuels will begin moving toward net zero.

Mabee said he's also watching to see how technology evolves to help with the energy transition, such as geothermal energy and improvements in battery storage.

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