Canada’s energy system: your questions answered

Before and during our webinar overview of Canada’s electricity system—featuring our President, Sean Drygas, and Kathleen Gnocato, Director of Strategy & Product Development at MaRS Discovery District—we were blown away by all the thoughtful questions we received. It’s clear that Canadians care about where their power comes from, and what impact it has on the environment. Since there’s only so much we can cover in an hour, we’ve answered a few additional questions…

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Billy Bishop Airport’s ferry is going electric!

PortsToronto, the owner and operator of Billy Bishop Airport, announced that it will be converting the airport’s Marilyn Bell I ferry to electric-power next year. Travellers who choose the ferry will be riding on the first lithium-ion powered ferry in Canada! The Marilyn Bell I ferry will also be 100 per cent bullfrogpowered with green electricity.

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Staples expands their sustainability commitment with a new concept store

New Staples Solutionshop in Oakville

  As consumers become more environmentally conscious and more inclined to support companies that share their values, businesses must stay ahead of the sustainability curve to stay relevant. Staples Canada is doing just that with their new Working and Learning Stores, including the newly opened location in Oakville. These stores feature bold design, interactive product…

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Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Services becomes first funeral and cremation provider to choose green energy through Bullfrog Power in Canada.

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.

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Your specs aren’t sustainable. But they could be.

Dresden Vision store

We asked Dresden Vision Canada about their pet peeves when it comes to picking out a new pair of frames to learn how they do things just a bit better. In their words, Dresden Vision is made up of a bunch of “frustrated glasses wearers” who try to see glasses from their customers’ perspectives.

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Your Credit Union launches Eastern Canada’s first bullfrogpowered mortgage program

Sunflowers

Ottawa, ON, April 30, 2018—Today, Your Credit Union, a financial co-operative operating six branches in Ottawa and Cornwall, and Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, are launching the first-of-its-kind bullfrogpowered mortgage program in Eastern Canada—the Green Home Mortgage. Through the program, homeowners who sign a mortgage with Your Credit Union will receive one year…

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Ricoh Canada marks a decade of supporting renewable electricity with Bullfrog Power

Sunflowers

Ricoh Canada and Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, are celebrating a major environmental landmark. For more than a decade, Ricoh Canada has been choosing Bullfrog Power’s green electricity to reduce its environmental impact. With more than 5,500 megawatt hours of electricity put onto the grid on its behalf, Ricoh Canada has displaced more than 900 tonnes of carbon dioxide, which is equivalent to the emissions from more than 3.5 million kilometres driven by an average passenger vehicle.

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