Bullfrog Power, a Spark Power company, is pleased to announce the completion of the rooftop solar installation on Prospect Human Services’ office building in Calgary. Partnering with Prospect Human Services and Zeno, Bullfrog helped fund this innovative sustainability project. The solar installation will supply 66.24 kW of energy, or 76,117 kWh, with 80% of the energy being consumed onsite.
Prospect Human Services is a not-for-profit organization that breaks down barriers that prevent individuals from finding meaningful work. Prospect works with recent immigrants, ill-and-injured military veterans, and people with disabilities. Prospect’s services help 12,000 Albertans annually.
“We’re so pleased to be able to install solar panels on the roof of our building. This installation wouldn’t have been possible without the grants we received,” says Kevin McNichol, CEO, Prospect Human Services. “The installation frees up capital costs that we redirect to our operations, allowing us to support more people to find jobs.”
Prospect chose Virtuoso Energy as the solar project’s installer because of their commitment to community and strong relationships with Prospect staff and partner stakeholders. Virtuoso also plays a large role in the Alberta-based not-for-profit Energy for All. “This Solar Project was the perfect expression of people coming together to help others and the environment. Prospect has taken major strides towards becoming more sustainable internally and externally and we look forward to working with them in the Future,” said Kai Fahrion, Director, Operations, Virtuoso Energy.
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