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Random House of Canada, a Toronto-based book publisher, has agreed to purchase almost 1,300 MWh of green electricity annually for its operations in Toronto and Mississauga, Ontario. The electricity is being purchased from Bullfrog Power, which sources power from wind and low-impact water.

"Random House of Canada takes our environmental responsibility seriously," says Brad Martin, president and CEO, Random House of Canada. "We have been impressed by the positive impact Bullfrog is having and are pleased to be working with them as one of our environmentally conscious initiatives."

Random House of Canada has also committed, as part of Random House Inc., to instituting environmentally sustainable measures in its business operations.

SOURCE: Bullfrog Power


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