The First Nations Power Authority of Saskatchewan (FNPA) is a not-for-profit organization, created in 2011, to facilitate the development of First Nations-led power projects in the province. Bullfrog Power has developed a strategic partnership with FNPA to support building solar power projects in remote First Nations communities across Saskatchewan, including in Fond-du-Lac and Hatchet Lake.
After years of over-reliance on the mining sector, the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun in the town of Mayo, Yukon, hopes to use solar as a launching pad for future green energy projects.
The Federation of Community Power Co-operatives (FCPC) is a collective of renewable energy co-ops that are developing community-owned projects. Eighteen organizations, including ZooShare and SolarShare, are currently members of the FCPC.
For more than 20 years, New Brunswick’s Falls Brook Centre has served as a learning hub for budding sustainability professionals. The Centre is now home to a 3 kW solar project, thanks in part to help from the bullfrogpowered community.
Bullfrog partnered with the Escarpment Biosphere Conservancy (EBC) to help build a solar roof on EBC’s Alvar Bay Nature Reserve Cabin. The Alvar Bay Reserve is part of the Conservancy’s lands designated for protection, and is also a Monarch Way Station.
To bolster its energy independence, the Town of Timiskaming built a 250 kW solar array on its Earlton Recreation Centre—with support from Bullfrog customers.
cSPACE Projects, a Calgary-based organization that fosters creative collaboration between local artists and designers, is transforming the former King Edward School site into a collaboration space for dozens of small organizations. cSPACE plans to install a 7 kW solar PV system on the facility to help reduce its energy requirements, with Bullfrog Power serving as the project’s Renewable Energy Partner.
A close neighbour of Vancouver’s Science World, Creekside Paddling Centre is now home to a 15 kW solar array installed atop the Centre’s six boat sheds.
Two hundred kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, the largest daycare in the Northwest Territories is working to build a 15 kW solar array to power its building with green energy.
In Moose Creek, Ontario, Champion Mushroom Farm is now producing more than just mushrooms–it’s home to a 243 kW solar project! Bullfrog Power partner, SolarShare, has been the proud owner since September 2013.
We source our green fuel from Innoltek, a biodiesel producer in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, that repurposes waste streams from the food industry.
The Rattlesnake Ridge Wind Farm, set just west of Medicine Hat, Alberta, has 26 turbines and an impressive 130 MW capacity.
The Oldman River Wind Project produces more than 10,000 MWh of green electricity annually — enough energy to power about 1,400 homes!
The Courbe-du-Sault Hydro Power Plant is a 25 MW low-impact hydro facility in Rivière-au-Tonnerre, Quebec. This facility harnesses the power of the Sheldrake river, located in the Cote-Nord region of Quebec.
Autumn Hills East Landfill and Zeeland Farm is a landfill gas project located in Zeeland, Michigan. This climate-friendly landfill gas system captures the biogas emitted from the landfill, cleans it up, and injects it into an underground pipeline.