Snapshots from Kluane First Nation

Earlier this summer, Bullfrog Power joined the Kluane First Nation for the groundbreaking ceremony of its wind farm. When completed, the wind farm—which Bullfrog is supporting—will make the First Nation the first independent power producer in the Territory. Read the full announcement. Bullfrog’s Dave Borins captured the beauty of the Kluane First Nation and its…

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Solar shines on a new path for Heiltsuk Nation

Photo credit: Qqs Projects Society Qqs Projects Society and Bullfrog Power are excited to announce the launch of a 7.3 kW solar rooftop project at the Koeye River Youth Camp on Campbell Island, B.C. The new project is helping power the camp’s facilities with renewable energy and signifies the community’s shift to clean power. The…

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Five reasons you need to go to Beau’s Oktoberfest

Person at Beau's Oktoberfest event

We’re excited about Beau’s Brewing Co.’s upcoming Oktoberfest celebration, but don’t let them fool you — it’s actually in September! That’s not the only eyebrow raising feature of the independent Canadian brewer’s annual event, so we wanted to pick the brain of our own Beau’s Superfan to hear his top reasons to attend.

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How a Banff restaurant was inspired to protect the land

Banff National Park is world-renowned for its lush forests, crystal clear lakes and breathtaking alpine peaks. Park Distillery, a bullfrogpowered restaurant inspired by Banff’s uniquely Canadian landscape, is nestled in the Park Grounds. Here’s how Park Distillery is celebrating Banff’s natural beauty while helping preserve it through efforts such as choosing green energy. Origins Park…

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3 ways to renovate sustainably

Ecology Action Centre green building renovation view from outside

Over the years, the Ecology Action Centre — a Nova Scotia environmental charity — has had a number of homes and in 2005, they purchased an old saltbox house in Halifax’s North End. “This was exciting because owning our own building meant we could go beyond turning of the lights and printing double-sided, and really use our space to demonstrate our environmental values,” says Joanna Bull, who is the Volunteer Coordinator at the Ecology Action Centre.

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Sustainability Snapshot: The intersection between food supply and sustainability

Currently contributing to a third of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the food and agricultural industries are expected to grow this impact in the years ahead. In addition, by 2050, it’s expected we’ll have to increase food production by 50% to feed the world’s population. At the same time, these industries face the challenge of…

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Our 2017 Green Energy Audit is now available!

wind turbines at dusk

We just released our Green Energy Audit Report for 2017. The audit, performed annually by Deloitte, assures that renewable energy was produced and accurately counted and credited to our customers. Our annual contributions to community-based green energy projects across Canada are also included in the audit. You can view all of Bullfrog’s audits here.

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Spark Power Acquires Bullfrog Power, Expanding Its Commitment to Deliver Smart and Sustainable Power Solutions

Wind Turbine

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA – July 4, 2018 – Spark Power Corp. (“Spark Power”), a leading independent electrical power services and solutions company, today announced the completion of a transaction to acquire Bullfrog Power (“Bullfrog”), Canada’s leading green energy provider. Bullfrog will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Spark Power. The acquisition will enable the two organizations…

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Bullfrog Power recognizes Kluane N’tsi Energy Project on National Indigenous Peoples Day

Kluane Lake

June 21, 2018—This National Indigenous Peoples Day, Bullfrog Power congratulates the Kluane First Nation on breaking ground to build the new Kluane N’tsi (Wind) Energy Project. The project—which was first initiated in 2010 and has been spearheaded by the First Nations community—will see three new wind turbines come to life on land between Destruction Bay…

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