Community projects

Clean, renewable power for everyone

Activists and organizers across the country are working to transition their communities away from fossil fuels. We created our community-based green energy projects grant to provide critical funding for these local efforts. 

All bullfrogpowered customers help fund these small-scale, community-led projects, including solar panels on schools and in Indigenous communities, education and training programs, and a cleantech accelerator. 

Meet some of our grant recipients here.

Community project solar

Watch a community project come to life

See how support from the bullfrogpowered community transformed an orca research station.

Explore community projects from coast to coast

The people behind the projects 

We celebrate people who create currents of change in their communities. See how our grant recipients are transforming the energy landscape and inspiring the people around them. 

Gabriola solar

Judith Roux

“Taking action for the planet—keeping our waters clean, our forests green, our air breathable—is the only action on the table.”
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Nelson solar garden

Kim Horrocks (and others!)

“I especially hope that the younger generation sees that when everyone gets together for the environment, change can happen.”
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Les Quinton

Les Quinton

“I’m trying to make changes in my life that will ensure my grandchildren can enjoy life as I have.”
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Community project news

Startups supporting large organizations' net zero goals

Cleantech startups are racing to solve our biggest net-zero problems

Two thirds of companies haven’t set climate goals, and many others are missing their targets. Can startups help them reach net zero?
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robot with snow plow

How a Hamilton youth is clearing the way for his community’s most vulnerable residents

Road salt keeps sidewalks safe, but it can also damage surrounding ecosystems. See how Yuxiang Guan is tackling this issue in his community.
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