Bullfrog Power(TM) and Sky Generation launch new EcoLogo(M)-certified
wind farm in Ravenswood
TORONTO, Jan. 22 /CNW/ -
Government officials, local dignitaries and landowners, and green power
advocates will gather in Forest, near Grand Bend, Ontario, to celebrate
the official opening of a new, six-turbine wind farm. This wind farm was
erected, in part, to address the growing demand of Bullfrog Power
customers, who have chosen to purchase clean, emissions-free,
EcoLogo(M)-certified power for their homes and organizations.
Speakers will include:
- Hon. Gerry Phillips, Ontario Minister of Energy
- Gord Minielly, Mayor of Lambton Shores
- Martin Ince, M.K. Ince and Associates
- Glen Estill, President, Sky Generation
- Tom Heintzman, President, Bullfrog Power
When & Where
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Ribbon Cutting: 4:30 pm
At the turbine located on the north side of Highway 21, between Forest
and Grand Bend.
Forest Optimist Hall, 6276 Townsend Line, Forest, Ontario
About Bullfrog Power
Bullfrog Power is a leading provider of 100 per cent green electricity.
Founded in 2005, Bullfrog provides homes and businesses in Alberta and Ontario
with an easy way to go green and help create a cleaner, healthier environment
for future generations. All of Bullfrog's power comes from clean, renewable
sources like wind power and low-impact water power that displace polluting and
carbon-intensive sources like coal. Bullfrog sources power exclusively from
generators that have received Environment Canada's Environmental Choice(M)
Program EcoLogo(M) certification. Thousands of Canadian homeowners and
hundreds of businesses have made the decision to become "bullfrogpowered(TM)"
and support the generation of clean, renewable power.
About Sky Generation
Sky Generation Inc. was founded by Glen Estill, President and CEO. Glen
began researching the wind business in July 2000 by attending the conferences
of the Canadian and American Wind Energy Associations (CanWEA and AWEA), and
by traveling to Denmark to talk to wind turbine owners and manufacturers. Sky
Generation erected a 1.8 MW wind turbine on the Bruce Peninsula in November of
2002. The project was expanded to 3 turbines in late 2006.
Glen was an active participant on the Ontario Wind Power Task Force,
which made a series of policy recommendations to the Provincial Government.
Glen is the past President of CanWEA, and an active member of the CanWEA
Ontario caucus, and government relations committee.
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