A hundred kilometres northwest of Fredericton, New Brunswick, a former one-room church was transformed into the Knowlesville Art and Nature Centre, a community meeting space that now generates clean energy from its solar roof.
In June 2018, the Kluane First Nation broke ground for the Kluane N’tsi (Wind) Energy Project, a three-turbine wind farm with a combined capacity of 300 kW.
The Kitasoo/Xai’Xais First Nation in B.C. aims to be energy independent by building renewable energy sources to help power its community—beginning with a 23 kW solar roof on its public school.
In September 2016, Bullfrog and the Beach Community Energy Co-operative launched a 72 kW solar project on the roof of Kew Beach Junior Public School. The project will, in combination with the school’s existing solar installation, generate the equivalent to one third of the school’s annual electricity use.
B.C.’s Kanaka Bar Indian Band, located in the Fraser Canyon, is now home to a 10 kW solar project—built with the support of Bullfrog customers.
In partnership with Beau’s Brewery, Bullfrog is providing financial support for a 10 kW ground mounted solar system that will help lower the costs of Just Food’s sustainable farming education and food equality initiatives.
Iron & Earth East is the Atlantic Canadian chapter of an oilsands worker-led group championing a shift to renewable energy in Newfoundland and Labrador.
In the Town of Inuvik—which enjoys one of the longest ski seasons in the world—Bullfrog supported the installation of a 5 kW solar installation on the roof of the ski club’s building.
For young people in Halifax, a community greenhouse run by non-profit Hope Blooms is an opportunity for education, empowerment—and a brighter future.
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.