Gunn's Hill ribbon cutting

Gunn’s Hill Wind Farm

Oxford County is home to Gunn’s Hill Wind Farm, Ontario’s first community-owned wind farm.
Gulf island solar installation

Gulf Island Secondary School Solar Project

On the roof of Gulf Island Secondary School in B.C., an 84-panel solar array is helping power the education of future sustainability leaders.
Green Lake ribbon cutting

Green Lake Community Hall Solar Project

Three hundred kilometres north of Saskatoon, the Northern Village of Green Lake hopes to set a renewable energy example for other Northern communities to follow.
Green Energy Coop logo

Green Energy Cooperative Solar Projects

Green Energy Co-operative of Ontario is a for-profit solar energy Co-op that gives Ontarians the opportunity to invest in 18 solar projects across southern Ontario. The Bullfrog Power community is providing funding to help the Co-op reach their funding goals.
Goodmark solar construction

Goodmark Solar Project

With a system capacity of 100 kilowatts, the Goodmark Solar Project is Bullfrog and SolarShare’s first Toronto solar project. Bullfrog supported the construction and development phases of the project.
Georgina project solar panels

Georgina Green Energy Co-operative Solar Project

Georgina Green Energy Co-operative, through its 110 members, supports solar energy projects in the York and Durham regions. Bullfrog Power is providing funding, helping the co-operative build 350 kW of solar PV power in Georgina Township.
Gabriola Commons solar

Gabriola Commons Community Centre

Once a goat cheese farm, the Gabriola Commons is now a grassroots organization focused on preserving and enriching the local environment and community. Bullfrog Power and the Regional District of Nanaimo have partnered with The Commons to help make their new solar project possible.
Gabriola Arts Heritage centre

Gabriola Arts and Heritage Centre Solar Project

The Gabriola Arts & Heritage Centre is the home of the Gabriola Arts Council (GAC) – a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting arts and culture on Gabriola Island, B.C. Now, GAC is also home to a 14-panel solar array…
GabEnergy solar roof


GabEnergy is a grass-roots community organization creating a renewable energy investment co-op to bring capacity and prosperity to their community.
FortWhyte ribbon cutting

FortWhyte Alive

FortWhyte Alive, a nature centre, wildlife refuge and education facility housed on 640 acres of urban green space, is now home to the largest solar project in the City of Winnipeg.


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