This change means that you must have your gas installations checked to make sure they will work properly and safely after the conversion. In fact, your gas installations may not work optimally after conversion, for example:
Installations dating 1978 and before are rarely compatible with rich gas, and will need to be replaced. A new boiler is quickly profitable and can help reduce its gas consumption by up to 25%.
The conversion to rich gas concerns exclusively natural gas, not appliances running on bottled gas (propane, butane) or gas-powered vehicles (LPG, CNG).
In companies, facilities that run on natural gas are most often:
The conversion has no effect on your invoice.
With similar energy consumption, the transition from lean gas to rich gas will have no impact on the amount of your invoice.