Green electricity

Power the future of your business with green electricity

When you choose green electricity from Bullfrog Power, we ensure that renewable energy from wind, solar, and low-impact hydro sources is put onto the grid on your behalf. This flexible, turnkey solution helps you meet your sustainability goals and show your community that you’re making a positive environmental impact.

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Since 2005, we’ve put more than 5 million megawatt-hours of green electricity onto the grid on behalf of our customers.

How green electricity works

We match the electricity our customers use with renewable energy certificates (RECs). RECs are the global standard for tracking how much renewable electricity is put on the grid, and one REC represents the environmental and social benefits of one megawatt-hour of renewable electricity.

By purchasing RECs, you shrink your carbon footprint, support renewable energy generators, and create demand for even more green power.

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Green electricity for business

We have turnkey products for businesses of every size.

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Green electricity for homes

Whether you rent or own, you can reduce the environmental impact of your power.

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Green electricity

Address scope 2 emissions

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Did you know that 75% of Canadians feel companies should be doing more to address climate change?

Green electricity

Address scope 2 emissions

Custom packages available

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Did you know that 75% of Canadians feel companies should be doing more to address climate change?

Green electricity

650 kWh of clean, renewable energy/month


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With this product, you’ll displace 1.2 tonnes of CO2e per year. That’s equivalent to preventing 601 kg of coal from being burned.

Elevate your brand with green electricity

A company’s environmental record and sustainability goals are more important than ever to customers, employees, and investors. That’s why our green energy products include marketing and communication benefits to help your business engage its stakeholders and effectively communicate its environmental leadership.

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Community project solar

Shine a light on local renewables

In addition to greening Canada’s energy grid, bullfrogpowered customers also help fund community-based green energy projects from coast to coast. These projects help schools, nonprofits, Indigenous communities, and more reduce their reliance on fossil fuels. They also educate and inspire communities that might not otherwise be able to access renewable energy.

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Choose transparent, reliable reporting

When it comes to green energy, there shouldn’t be any grey areas. That’s why we pioneered the concept of a green energy audit. See our Audits page for more details, including a copy of Deloitte’s report.

Explore our green electricity sources

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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 Facility

This facility is made up of two solar farms with a combined capacity of 39 MW. Located southwest of Medicine Hat, the Burdett and Yellow Lake Solar Facility is Canada’s eighth largest solar project.
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Courbe du Sault hydro

Courbe-du-Sault Hydro

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.
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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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