Bullfrog's green electricity comes from a blend of wind and low-impact hydro power sourced from new Canadian renewable energy facilities, with at least 50% sourced directly from your region.
Bullfrog's green natural gas is sourced from a ground-breaking methane-capture project situated on one of Canada's landfills. At the site, biogas is captured, cleaned up, and injected onto the national natural gas pipeline.
Bullfrog Power is growing renewable energy across Canada
The Bullfrog community is helping drive new renewable development all across Canada.
Bullfrog Builds Renewable Accelerator program
Bullfrog provides critical financing to help these projects through the construction and development phases—which can be the most difficult phases.
We're currently in negotiations with partners across the country—from British Columbia and Alberta to Nova Scotia and the Northern Territories—on new projects. The Ontario Street project, featured here, is just one example of many Bullfrog Builds projects underway.
Ontario Street Solar Project,
Ontario Street is a 572-panel solar array sitting on a previously unused commercial rooftop in St. Catharines, Ontario.The 140 kW system can produce more than 17,000 kWh of clean electricity for the grid in the winter alone.