In a special guest article series, Bullfrog Power is partnering with The Lung Association, a bullfrogpowered non-profit, to share tips and information to help Canadians breathe easier. Below, The Lung Association’s Chris Haromy, Certified Respiratory Educator, offers advice on pollen and how best to avoid it. For those who suffer from asthma or allergies,…
Today, Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, and AceTech Ontario, a community organization for technology leaders, are announcing a new partnership to bullfrogpower with green electricity all of AceTech Ontario’s events, including its annual retreat, dinner events and power sessions.
Today, Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, was recognized for being among the companies creating the most positive environmental impact based on an independent, comprehensive assessment administered by the nonprofit B Lab. This year, Bullfrog Power was honoured in the 2017 Best for the Environment, Best for Workers and Best for Governance lists.
Over the past two years we’ve had the pleasure of speaking to more than 3,400 of you. It’s a delight to be able to help you out in such a convenient fashion. We’re overwhelmed that 93% of you have been happy with our service!
Green Energy Doors Open (GEDO) is an annual showcase of sustainable energy projects and success stories. Bullfrog Power partners, including community renewable energy projects and bullfrogpowered businesses, are hosting events for GEDO 2017.
We recently asked Jacob Rodenburg—who is Executive Director of Camp Kawartha and the Kawartha Outdoor Education Centre—to share his thoughts on what summer camps offer to both young people and the environment.
Bullfrog Power is committed to helping Canadians live eco-friendly lifestyles. That’s why we created our green energy solutions – to help you reduce your environmental impact and fight climate change. With back-to-school just a couple weeks away, we’ve pulled together some simple tips to help you make this the greenest school year yet!
Skidegate Band Council on Haida Gwaii celebrate the launch of the Haida Heritage Centre solar project in Skidegate, B.C. Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, contributed funding to the project through its community renewable projects program.
On the shores of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories, a local First Nation is inspiring the world’s Arctic communities to switch to renewable energy.
The grand opening of the Ottawa River Runners White Water Club Inc. solar-powered off-grid dockside clubhouse, the latest Bullfrog Power community renewable project.