Located on the banks of Lake Winnipeg and the Winnipeg River, the Sagkeeng First Nation sees renewable energy as an investment in the community’s future.
The Queen’s Solar Education Centre (QSEC) is an ongoing initiative by the Queen’s University Solar Design team to build a home designed to function completely off-grid. Bullfrog Power is the Green Energy Title Sponsor of the project.
Qqs Projects Society—a nonprofit on the island of Bella Bella—is empowering and educating Heiltsuk Nation youth by reconnecting them with their culture and land.
Bullfrog Power and Pender Solar Initiative partnered for the launch of a 105-panel, 28.4 kW solar project on British Columbia’s Pender School—the largest solar electricity project on Pender Island!
Water power meets solar power at the clubhouse of the Ottawa River Runners Whitewater Club in Ottawa, Ontario. The clubhouse is home to a 1.04 kW rooftop solar installation funded in part by the bullfrogpowered community.
The Ottawa Renewable Energy Co-operative (OREC) develops community-based green energy projects such as solar panels on schools and housing co-ops—and Bullfrog is helping the co-op build community support.
OrcaLab, a not-for-profit research station on the coast of British Columbia, made history by becoming the first orca research facility in Canada to run primarily on solar power—thanks to a 3.5 kW solar array.
In November 2012, SolarShare partnered with Bullfrog Power and Moose Power to develop a rooftop project on a thrift shop in St. Catharines, Ontario. The 140 kW system generates about 144,000 kWh per year, enough power to offset about 40 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions!
With a population of less than 300, the Yukon community of Old Crow has lived off the land for generations, relying on the Porcupine Caribou herd for food and resources. Now, the community wants to ensure its energy independence with a new solar project.
The town of Black Diamond, named for the coal mine that started it, is leaving behind its fossil fuel legacy with a 10 kW solar installation and other green projects, championed by the town’s Parks & Recreation Manager, Les Quinton.
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.