Green champions

There’s power in numbers 

Thousands of people bullfrogpower their homes with green electricity, green natural gas, or both. Together, these green champions are shrinking their carbon footprints, transitioning our energy systems to clean sources, and showing others that the future is renewable. 

Anne Murray

“I believe that climate change is a real challenge and that it is incumbent upon us to do whatever we can to reduce our impact on the environment and help create a cleaner world for future generations.”
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David Peacock

“We need to make a difference. We need to prepare as best as we can—for ourselves, the planet and future generations. ”
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Edward Burtynsky

“I realized that I could make a difference by showing how we are changing the landscapes in places we never see, places that are outside our normal range of perception.”
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Frank Horvat 

“Music is so many things for me,” says the Ottawa-born musician and composer. “Among them is the ability to bring social awareness to important issues.”
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Kevin McLaughlin

Kevin McLaughlin is CEO and founder of Zygg, North America’s first ebike-as-a-subscription service. Electric bikes are going to play a key role in getting people, goods and services moving more sustainably.
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Kristina Groves

“At first as an athlete, but now as a parent and active member of the renewable energy industry, I am more and more aware of how climate change is affecting the planet as a whole, and our day-to-day existence.”
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Marc Yamaguchi

“It was instilled early on that people were profoundly interconnected with animals’ wellbeing, and I got my start by growing up with the domesticated kind.”
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Author Nino Ricci, Bullfrog Power customer

Nino Ricci

“All of the little things we do are the only things that will make a difference. Will we do it quickly enough? It’s hard to know. If we don’t do it quickly enough, our children will have to make the deeper sacrifices that we haven’t made.”
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Pat Morden

“Once you’ve become aware of the importance of climate change and green energy, it becomes easier to find ways to take action.”
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Richard Worzel

“And as more and more people have bought into green power, the economies of scale are making it less expensive than carbon-polluting power. It has become a double win for us all.”
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