Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, is pleased to announce Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Services® (Alternatives) is now choosing 100 per cent green electricity, green natural gas, and green fuel for its Aldergrove facilities. Alternatives is now the first funeral and cremation services provider to purchase green energy through Bullfrog. By choosing all three of Bullfrog’s green energy solutions, Alternatives is addressing the entire energy-related carbon footprint of these facilities.
Credibility within the sustainability space is increasingly becoming an important discussion topic for businesses. Several global institutions are finding a receptive audience when it comes to trusted carbon disclosure standards, alignment with global targets or other third party verification standards. The expertise and organizational resources required to meet them, however, can seem daunting.
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…
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.
In November, Bullfrog Power and our latest panel of sustainability experts gathered at the RBC Tower in Vancouver.
Today, Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, and Sodexo, a world leader in Quality of Life Services, are announcing a new environmental partnership. Through the partnership, Sodexo Canada will be bullfrogpowering three offices and one warehouse with green electricity as part of Sodexo’s global mandate to reduce its carbon emissions by 34 per cent by 2024, compared to a 2011 baseline.
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.
Gulf Islands Secondary School (GISS), located on Salt Spring Island, B.C., is not your average high school. Not only is the school home to an 84-panel solar system that is helping green Canada’s energy systems—those solar panels also help fund an annual scholarship for a GISS student pursuing post-secondary sustainable studies.
Solar: A Bright Future—a series of solar installations at Haida Gwaii youth camps in British Columbia—is being announced today alongside a partnership between Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, and Swiilawiid Sustainability Society (Swiilawiid), a Haida Gwaii community non-profit.