Marc Yamaguchi

Green Champion, photo of Marc Yamaguchi, a Bullfrog Power customer

Green Infrastructure Project Manager | Bullfrog Power green champion

When did you first develop an interest in the environment? 

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.

How did you first hear about Bullfrog Power?

A very motivated rep took the time to answer my questions, and even gave my dogs and I a lift in his van when we were in a hurry to make my next appointment.

Why did you decide to bullfrogpower your home?

Once I got the green-light from my partner, my whole family got a piece of the action. The wind-turbine climb was the gravy;)

If you had one message for all Canadians about taking action on the environment, what would that message be?

Dream big - this kind of courage can make wind and solar scalable in the minds of the power authorities.

 

Wonder what it's like to climb a wind turbine?

Watch Marc join Bullfrog Power and TREC on a climb up a 30-storey wind turbine in Toronto!

 

About green champions

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. 

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