When you choose green natural gas with Bullfrog Power, you make sure that for every unit of natural gas you purchase, a GJ or m3 of natural gas from a climate-friendly source is produced and put onto a pipeline on your behalf.
Our green natural gas comes from organic waste – like apple cores and egg shells – at a Canadian landfill or a wastewater treatment plant. At the sites, we harness the gas released from the decaying material, clean it up and put it on a pipeline, where it replaces the need for conventional natural gas.
When used, green natural gas releases only the carbon dioxide that is part of the natural carbon cycle and would be produced in any event by the decay of organic waste. It is the same carbon dioxide that is needed by the next generation of plants and animals to grow.
With green natural gas you:
View our map of our green energy sources and projects across Canada or read about individual projects below.
Kanaka Bar Indian Band builds new solar project
Lutsel K'e Dene First Nation becomes the first independent power producer in NWT
Town of Vulcan launches Solar Park with help of Bullfrogs
Bear Mountain Wind Park is a Bullfrog energy source in British Columbia
Our wind sources include two 800 kW turbines on beautiful Manitoulin Island
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