Sky Generation and Bullfrog Power Advance Wind Energy in Ontario

Bullfrog Power announced the commissioning of two Vestas V82 1.65-megawatt (MW) wind turbines at the Sky Generation wind farm in Ferndale on the Bruce Peninsula. They are expected to produce almost 9 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of emissions-free electricity each year.

“By exercising their choice for green electricity for their homes, businesses and events, Bullfrog Power customers have directly enabled the development of these new wind turbines,” said wind power pioneer and CEO of Sky Generation, Glen Estill. “We are thrilled to see new renewable power coming online in Ontario as a result of Bullfrog Power customer demand,” said Tom Heintzman, president, Bullfrog Power. “The support of bullfrogpowered residents and businesses is key to our ability to shift the balance of power, and we remain committed to bringing even more renewable projects online as we continue to grow.” Since its launch in September 2005, Bullfrog Power, an Ontario-based green electricity retailer, sources power exclusively from wind and low-impact hydro generators that meet or exceed the federal government’s Environmental Choice Program EcoLogo standard for renewable electricity. Sky Generation is one of Bullfrog Power’s EcoLogo-certified wind power generators.
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