Architecture and engineering students at Carleton University are seizing the opportunity to advance sustainable living with the Northern Nomad, a “Tiny House” project in Ottawa.
Thanks in part to support from bullfrogpowered customers, the City of Nelson is now home to Canada’s first solar community solar garden project.
Morris House is the oldest wooden house in Halifax and was home to a dynasty of Surveyor Generals in Nova Scotia. Soon, it will be home to a 3 kW solar PV system.
In the heart of oil country, Montana First Nation is leading the way in community solar generation, starting with a 20 kW solar installation and a solar training program for its youth.
This 149 kW DC system is mounted on the roof of Arnie’s Food Services in an industrial area of Ottawa. Panels provided by Canadian Solar cover 25,000-square-feet of rooftop space overlooking a serene park and church. The Michael Street Project has been producing 100% clean solar electricity since September 2013.
It’s not every day that a solar roof installation needs to be moved, but a unique partnership between Bullfrog Power, MEC and The Society Promoting Environmental Conservation (SPEC) did just that, helping preserve the legacy of Vancouver’s first ever grid-tied solar installation.
When the Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation (LKDFN) launched its 35 kW solar project, the community became the first independent power producer in Canada’s northern territories.
After an oil spill on its traditional territory in 2011, the Lubicon Lake Band in Alberta decided to chart a new course for a cleaner future with an 80-panel solar project, supported by bullfrogpowered customers.
With support from Bullfrog Power, Kitchener-based LIFE Co-op is giving residents in Waterloo Region the power to develop community solar projects. The Co-op’s portfolio includes 18 solar projects throughout the region, including one on Mapleton’s Organic Dairy.
Lake Babine Nation is the third largest Aboriginal Band in British Columbia. Through a partnership with Bullfrog Power and W Dusk Energy, Lake Babine Nation is currently planning a new solar project that will reduce the community’s reliance on fossil fuels.
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.