What to know before signing a power purchase agreement

What to know before signing a power purchase agreement from Bullfrog, who signed a PPA to bring this solar farm to life

Power purchase agreements (PPAs) are a bold, business-led strategy for reducing corporate emissions. These deals provide energy cost security, potential cost savings, and a tangible link to a renewable energy project that your business helped bring online. So what should you know before signing a power purchase agreement? Need a primer before you think about signing? You can learn…

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In the face of COVID-19, our communities are stronger than ever

The bullfrogpowered community is made up of some pretty amazing businesses and individuals. Their response to the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us that collaboration, innovation, and compassion are shining through now more than ever. We’ve seen some incredible stories from our community, from donating personal protective equipment to producing sanitizer and everything in between. We hope they inspire you too.  From spirits to sanitizer  Hand sanitizer has been hard to keep in stock, with many of us…

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Earth Tech 2020: An impact-driven cohort of 16 cleantech ventures

Earth Tech

Recent bush fires, floods, and heatwaves around the globe have underlined the importance of fighting climate change. The question is not if, but how. And while individual and collective actions will be essential to curbing our carbon emissions, they’re only part of the puzzle. To build a vibrant low-carbon economy, we’ll need new and better…

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Fisher River Cree Nation unveils Manitoba’s biggest solar farm, a source of Bullfrog Power’s green energy

Fisher River Cree Nation, MB, August 19, 2020—Fisher River Cree Nation has launched the biggest solar project in Manitoba. The 1-megawatt facility has almost 3,000 solar panels and was built entirely by Indigenous employees. The project’s focus is to generate revenue for the community and inspire other First Nations to pursue renewable energy solutions. “This…

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14 bullfrogpowered businesses honoured among Canada’s Greenest Employers

Did you know that 75% of employees would be more likely to work for a company with a green footprint? That’s just one of the many reasons employers are blazing more sustainable paths. This year, 14 organizations from the bullfrogpowered community have been honoured on the list of Canada’s Greenest Employers. These sustainability leaders have…

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Your guide to reducing emissions throughout your supply chain

  What produces 5.5 times more greenhouse gas emissions than your company’s own operations? Unfortunately, it’s your supply chain. But there is some good news—you have considerable influence over those emissions. By making your supply chain more sustainable, you can extend your environmental efforts far beyond your office walls.  At Bullfrog Power’s Greener Horizons event in Vancouver, our panelists shared…

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12 bullfrogpowered businesses recognized among Canada’s greenest employers

Canada's Greenest Employers

Bullfrog Power is proud to announce that 12 bullfrogpowered businesses are among Canada’s Greenest Employers, an editorial competition organized by the Canada’s Top 100 Employers project. This designation recognizes employers that are leading the nation in creating a culture of environmental awareness in their organizations. Each employer is evaluated based on their environmental programs, environmental…

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Sustainability isn’t for later. 10 ways any business can build a more credible sustainability story

Sustainability Graphic

  This blog post originally appeared on CFIB’s My StartUp blog.   Sustainability isn’t a priority right now. We need a full sustainability strategy before we can start. I need to calculate what the ROI would be first. All of these are common objections to taking the first steps on any organization’s sustainability journey. In…

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