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KORU & Bullfrog Power® – supporting green energy
06 December, 2020(0)CommentsNgaio Davis

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At KORU, we recognize the importance of addressing our environmental impact. We are excited to announce we’re taking a big step to reduce the carbon emissions footprint of our business by choosing green electricity for our company with Bullfrog Power.

“KORU is a leader, innovator and educator in what we see as a new age of death, dying, and end-of-life care,” said Ms. Ngaio Davis, KORU founder and managing director.

“We support local sustainably sourced and community-minded products and practices. For example, KORU has made a conscious choice to only sell caskets and shrouds for burial and cremation that are either Canadian made and/or eco-friendly in their materials and construction.”

Big Picture Thinking

“KORU constantly looks at the bigger picture. Part of that bigger picture is making the environment an essential part of our commitment to sustainability. By choosing Bullfrog’s green electricity, KORU is demonstrating our commitment to a clean energy future.” 

Bullfrog Power’s producers put renewable electricity onto the grid to match the amount of conventional electricity used by KORU. Across Canada, Bullfrog’s green electricity comes from a blend of wind and low-impact hydropower sourced from new Canadian renewable energy facilities. 

Watch this How It Works video to learn more about Bullfrog’s renewable energy sources.

In addition to greening Canada’s energy systems, we’ll also be supporting community green energy projects through our partnership with Bullfrog Power. These projects include renewable initiatives with Indigenous Peoples, solar projects on schools and hockey rinks, and installations with renewable energy co-ops.

We are proud to be choosing green energy with Bullfrog Power! To learn more about Bullfrog Power, visit their website at bullfrogpower.com.

To read more about KORU’s Sustainability Practices, visit this page

How do you plan to reflect your value of sustainability in your after-death care? In what ways are you incorporating sustainability in your life?

Let us know in the comments section.

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