Petites Bergeronnes Hydro project

Petites Bergeronnes Hydro

The Petites Bergeronnes Hydro Power Plant is a 4.2 MW low-impact hydro facility in Petites Bergeronnes, Quebec. This facility harnesses the power of the Petite Bergeronnes river, located in the Cote-Nord region of Quebec.
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West Cape Wind Farm

The West Cape Wind Farm is Prince Edward Island’s largest wind farm. Situated near O’Leary, the farm has a total of 55 turbines with a capacity of 99 MW–and is capable of powering approximately 25,000 homes annually!
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Ellershouse Wind Farm

Sometimes it takes a village to raise a turbine—and that’s exactly how locals in Ellershouse, Nova Scotia, came together to launch the first independent wind farm in the province.
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Bear Mountain Wind Project

Completed in 2009, the Bear Mountain Wind Park is the first fully operational wind project in B.C. Today it delivers enough electricity to power most of B.C.’s South Peace region. The site is also used for cattle grazing, hiking, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and other recreational activities.
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Burdett and Yellow Lake Solar Project

This project is made up of two solar farms with a combined capacity of 39 MW, to be built southwest of Medicine Hat. Once completed, the Burdett and Yellow Lake Solar Project will be Canada’s eighth largest solar project.
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ZooShare

From zoo poo to poo power—that’s the goal of ZooShare, an Ontario co-op that launched North America’s first zoo-based biogas project.
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Xeni Gwet’in Solar Projects

Located in B.C.’s picturesque Nemaiah Valley, the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation relies primarily on diesel fuel for energy. Bullfrog is supporting the expansion of the group’s solar energy generation capacity to help reduce its dependence on fossil fuel-based energy sources.
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Wolfville Farmers’ Market

The Wolfville Farmers’ Market is home to the largest solar project in the Town of Wolfville: a 20 kW system that powers the Market year-round.
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Vancouver Public Library

In partnership with the City of Vancouver and Solar Now, Bullfrog Power participated in the launch of a 16.6 kW solar rooftop on the Vancouver Public Library, an educational city landmark visited nearly 6.5 million times in 2017.
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Vancouver Cohousing‘s Community Solar Project

Bullfrog Power helped celebrate the launch of SolShare Energy’s 23 kW rooftop array—the first co-operatively owned community solar project in B.C…
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