Earth Hour 2018: CrossIron Mills extends one hour of green power to Airdrie and Rocky View

Earth Hour 2018: CrossIron Mills

As part of this year’s Earth Hour celebrations (Saturday, March 24 at 8:30 pm), Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, is working with CrossIron Mills Shopping Centre to extend its renewable energy commitment to the communities of Airdrie and Rocky View. For Earth Hour 2018, CrossIron Mills will purchase 38 MWh of green electricity from Bullfrog Power—equivalent to what 34,185 households in Airdrie and Rocky View would use in one hour.

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Oshawa Centre purchases green power to match energy use of all Oshawa households for Earth Hour 2018

Earth Hour 2018: Oshawa Centre

Earth Hour is Saturday, March 24, at 8:30 pm. To celebrate,  Oshawa Centre and Bullfrog Power are partnering to provide enough renewable electricity to bullfrogpower every home in Oshawa for one hour. Through the agreement, Oshawa Centre will purchase 119 MWh of green electricity from Bullfrog Power—equivalent to what 113,285 households in Oshawa use in an hour. In addition, Oshawa Centre will dim its lighting and reduce the running of its HVAC units during Earth Hour.

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Earth Hour 2018: Mic Mac Mall purchases green power to match one hour’s usage by all Halifax households

Earth Hour 2018: Mic Mac Mall

As part of this year’s Earth Hour celebrations (Saturday, March 24 at 8:30 pm), Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, is working with Mic Mac Mall to extend its renewable energy commitment to the Halifax area. For Earth Hour 2018, Mic Mac Mall will purchase 134 MWh of green electricity from Bullfrog Power—equivalent to what 137,320 households in the Halifax area would use in one hour.

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New film “The Sun on Top of the House” profiles the Haida Heritage Centre solar project

Sun on Top of the House

Today, we’re sharing the news that The Skidegate Band Council, in partnership with W Dusk Energy and VoVo Productions, is pleased to announce the launch of the film “The Sun on Top of the House” or Jiigawaay Naay Unguu. The film, directed by award-winning filmmaker Farhan Umedaly, is the story of building the largest community-owned solar project in British Columbia. “The outfitting of solar panels on Kay Llnagaay, The Haida Cultural Centre perfectly embodies the fusion of ancient tradition with state-of-the-art renewable technology,” says Farhan Umedaly, the film’s director. “It also exemplifies that the Haida are in charge of their destiny and are taking direct measures to move away from fossil fuels imposed on them through colonization.”

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Greening The Art of Junk

The carbon footprint of transportation is a major issue that many eco-minded businesses are finding difficult to address. Here’s the story of one Canadian startup that’s doing its part. Junkery is the first junk removal services company in Canada to become bullfrogpowered with green fuel. Junkery is a Halifax startup that’s choosing green fuel for…

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Iron & Earth East accelerates the renewable transition in Newfoundland with the support of the Bullfrog community

When you choose renewable energy with Bullfrog, you support organizations that are accelerating the adoption of renewables in their own provinces and provide funding to important community-based projects. We recently had the opportunity to partner with Iron & Earth East, an inspiring St. John’s-based nonprofit taking a unique approach to advance the growth of renewables….

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Canadian musicians join Bullfrog Power and The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) in the green energy movement

JUNO Awards 2018

Vancouver, March 19, 2018—Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, and The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (CARAS) are partnering to bullfrogpower The 2018 JUNO Awards and all JUNO Week events in Vancouver, from March 19 to 25, 2018, with clean, renewable energy.

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BASF Canada reduces its carbon footprint with Bullfrog Power’s green electricity

BASF and Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, have formed a new environmental partnership that will see BASF choose green electricity for its Canadian corporate headquarters, as well its production facilities in Windsor, Cornwall and Etobicoke (ON), Blackie and Nisku (AB), Saint Leonard (QC), and Saskatoon (SK).

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Lowe-Martin Group’s Pat Coyne on the value of partnerships in CSR

Lowe Martin Quote

The Path Forward is a collection of insights from Canadian business leaders at the forefront of sustainability in our country. Pat Coyne, Vice President Business Development, Lowe-Martin Group, shared his thoughts on the value of partnerships in corporate social responsibility.  You can access our free The Path Forward eBook in full below this article.  We believe the…

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