Canada’s Clean50 annually offers recognition to Canada’s leaders in sustainability for their contributions over the prior two years. Nominations are collected year round until Canada Day each year, reviewed and then honourees for three different types of awards are announced each September.
We’re proud to announce representatives of ten organizations supporting green energy with Bullfrog Power are recognized on the 2018 Delta Clean50, including six individuals:
- John Coyne, Vice President, Legal and External Affairs, Unilever Canada
- Ted Ferguson, President, The Delphi Group
- Jo Flatt, Senior Manager, Policy & Partnerships, Evergreen
- Craig Ryan, Director, Social Entrepreneurship, Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC)
- Ken Shea, MBA, CFP, President & CEO, East Coast Credit Union
- Elizabeth Sheehan, Co-founder & President, Climate Smart Business
In addition, the following four projects by bullfrogpowered partner organizations were honoured:
- Canada Green Building Council – The First “Zero Carbon Building” Standard in the World (Project Lead: Mark Hutchinson)
- Credit Valley Conservation – Greening Corporate Grounds (Project Lead: Deborah Kenley)
- Natural Step Canada – Energy Futures Lab Phases I and II (Project Lead: Chad Park)
- SES Consulting and VanCity – Vancity Waste Heat Recovery Project (Project Lead: Scott Sinclair)
The honourees also receive a Leaders in Green Energy Award for their support of renewable energy through Bullfrog Power at the annual Clean50 Summit.
Bullfrog Power’s community renewable projects made a strong showing on the 2018 Delta Clean50. Through the support of our customers, Bullfrog supports the development of community-based renewable energy projects across Canada. We’re working with communities from coast to coast to coast to provide critical early-stage funding for green energy projects – such as solar panels on schools and community centres and renewable projects with Indigenous communities. Three of our community projects were honoured this year for their contributions:
- City of Nelson – Community Solar Garden (Project Lead: Carmen Proctor)
- Northern Village of Green Lake – Community Solar Installation (Project Lead: Ric Richardson)
- Queen’s Solar Design Team – Solar Education Centre (Project Lead: Reid Alston and Dr. Stephen)
For more on all things Clean50, check out the complete list of winners.