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Bullfrog Power Provides Green Energy To Unilever Canada’s Factories, Offices In Ontario

April 5, 2011: 03:06 AM EST
Unilever Canada has contracted with Bullfrog Power, a 100 percent green energy provider, to power all of its manufacturing facilities and offices in Ontario – 90 percent of its Canadian operations – with locally sourced renewable power totaling 59,000 MWh of electricity. According to the company, the move will reduce its carbon dioxide emissions footprint by approximately 7,544 tons annually. Unilever says the action is part of its Sustainable Living Plan, in which the company will grow in a way that helps improve people’s health and well-being, reduces environmental impact and enhances livelihoods. Bullfrog’s electricity in Ontario comes only from local wind and hydro facilities that have been certified as low impact by Environment Canada under its EcoLogoM program.
"Unilever Canada becomes the largest commercial purchaser of green electricity in Canada", Press release, Unilever, April 05, 2011, © Unilever
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