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Pattison Onestop, a Canadian digital out-of-home advertising company, is partnering with Bullfrog Power to offset the power consumed by its major indoor digital screen networks using renewable energy.

Through the agreement, Bullfrog Power's generators put electricity from wind and hydro facilities onto the grid to match the amount of electricity used by Pattison's networks.

"By choosing clean, renewable energy with Bullfrog Power, Pattison Onestop is both reducing its emissions footprint and supporting the development of local and community-based renewable energy projects across Canada,” says Anthony Santilli, vice president of sales and marketing at Bullfrog Power.



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