OrcaLab now runs on solar power—thanks to the Bullfrog community!

Orcas

This summer, the world stopped and paid attention as Tahlequah—or J35—carried her dead calf 1,500 kms along the northeastern Pacific Ocean. In September, another member of Tahlequah’s pod—J50, nicknamed Scarlet—died despite the extreme efforts of Canadian and U.S. conservation teams to save her life. We can no longer ignore the environmental challenges putting orcas—considered endangered…

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Wolfville Farmers’ Market launches town’s largest solar installation

Patrons of the Wolfville Farmers’ Market celebrate the launch of a 20 kW solar installation.   Bullfrogpowered community of homes and businesses supports new green energy project Wolfville, N.S., September 26, 2018—Today, the Wolfville Farmers’ Market is unveiling a new solar installation, the largest in the town, which will power the Market year-round. The 20…

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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-powered hockey rinks – supported by Bullfrog community – celebrate 275 carbon neutral days!

Oilfields Regional Arena

The Town of Black Diamond, Alberta was named in 1907 for the coal mine opened in the town more than 100 years ago. Flash forward to 2017—and Black Diamond is now home to eight green energy projects and counting. It’s setting an example for municipalities across Canada that transitioning to renewables step by step is well within reach!

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Solar energy funds a scholarship on Salt Spring Island

Andrew Chan

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.

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Bullfrog Power partners with the Northern Village of Green Lake on community centre solar installation

Northern Village of Green Lake and Bullfrog Power

A community centre in the Northern Village of Green Lake (Green Lake), located 300 km north of Saskatoon, has a new solar installation thanks in part to a partnership between Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, and Green Lake.

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Bullfrog Power named Green Energy Title Sponsor of Queen’s Solar Design Team’s student-built autonomous house project

Queen's Solar Design Team

Kingston, ON—Today, Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, and the Queen’s Solar Design Team are announcing a new partnership. Bullfrog Power is being named the project’s Green Energy Title Sponsor as part of a contribution to the funding for the Queen’s Solar Education Centre (QSEC), an autonomous house project intended to be a testing…

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Bullfrog Power and Beach Community Energy Co-operative Inc. launch solar installation on Toronto’s Kew Beach Junior Public School

Kew Beach Junior Public School solar installation

On Sat., Sept. 10, Bullfrog Power and BCEC are launching a new solar project on the roof of Kew Beach Junior Public School in Toronto’s The Beach neighbourhood. A launch event will take place from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm at the school.

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