Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, offers renewable energy solutions that enable homes and businesses to reduce their environmental impact, support the development of green energy projects in Canada and help create a cleaner, healthier world. As a Certified B Corporation, Bullfrog Power meets higher standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability.
Thousands of Canadian homes and businesses are doing their part to address climate change and air pollution by switching to green energy with Bullfrog Power.
Green energy is an unusual product in that you can’t touch, taste or see it. So how can you be sure Bullfrog does what it says it will do – that green energy will be generated and put on the grid on your behalf?
Bullfrog Power is committed to the values of transparency and accountability and since 2005, we’ve been working hard to remain Canada’s trusted source for green energy.
- Partner: Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation
- Partner: First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun
- Partner: Old Crow First Nation
- Partner: Inuvik Ski Club
- Partner: Kluane Community Development Limited Partnership, the Government of Yukon, Kluane First Nation
Our Business Model
Bullfrog Power’s vision is to be Canada’s source for smarter, greener energy solutions. Our mission is to inspire and empower people to lead the way to a renewably powered future.
When you choose green energy, Bullfrog ensures the electricity or natural gas going on the grid or pipeline for your home comes from clean, renewable sources. You reduce your home’s impact on the environment and help green our energy systems.
Our story has an interesting sub-plot in that we were also one of the very first social enterprises in Canada. Adhering to the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability, social enterprises exist to try and create a better world. We use business as a catalyst or tool, and depend on the support of our customers to make change happen.
Recent Project: Broadway Theatre Solar Project
Even though Saskatchewan is Canada’s sunniest province—it has very few solar projects. A local Saskatoon theatre, its solar project and local community leader, Kirby Wirchenko are poised to change this. Wirchenko, the Executive Director of the Broadway Theatre, championed the idea to install an 88-panel solar array on the Theatre—an historic building originally built in World War II for veterans. At one point, the building was an “adult” movie theatre! Today, more than 50% of the building is now powered by renewables, demonstrating that solar is powerful, plentiful and within reach in Saskatchewan. Bullfrog provided financing for the project.
Recent Project: Oilfields Regional Arena Solar Project
The Town of Black Diamond, named for the coal mine that started it, is leaving behind its fossil fuel legacy with the creation of renewable energy projects such as a solar installation on the town’s hockey rink. The project was championed by Les Quinton, Parks and Rec Manager of Black Diamond (also known as the man with the mustache!). For Les, Black Diamond’s future is to become a leader in sustainability—with a plan to do so by 2035. In addition to working with Bullfrog to install the 10 kW solar installation on the local hockey arena, he’s putting up solar and wind projects throughout the community. These days, the arena has months when it’s 100% powered by solar energy!
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