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June 21, 2012 08:00 ET

Media Advisory-Photo Opportunity: Meet Mississauga's Greenest School Age Webmasters!

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 21, 2012) -

Attention: Mississauga Assignment and Photo Desk

On Wednesday, June 27, 2012, six Grade 5 students from Middlebury Public School in Mississauga will be congratulated for winning the third annual Green Website Challenge. Josephine Coombe, Vice President of Bullfrog Power, and Pat Saito, Mississauga Councillor, Ward 9, will visit the winning team and 80 fellow Grade 5 students. The winning team of Grade 5 students coded, wrote and designed the Go Green, Not Grey (http://go4greenpower.webs.com) website as part of the Green Website Challenge (http://www.bullfrogpower.com/greenwebsitechallenge/index.cfm), presented by Bullfrog Power, Canada's 100 per cent green energy provider, and the City of Mississauga.

The contest, open to 150 public and Catholic elementary schools in Mississauga, challenged Grade 5 students to learn about renewable energy sources and then create a website that would educate and inspire Mississauga residents to conserve energy and make greener choices.

What: Award presentation to winners of the Green Website Challenge
When: Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Who: Go Green, Not Grey Team from Middlebury Public School
Yuan Chen - Coder
Anthony Wang, Anna Liang and Aydan Jiwani - Writers
Meg Zhang - Graphics and writer
Wen Zhang - Art design, writing and sound track production
Josephine Coombe, Bullfrog Power Vice President
Pat Saito, Mississauga Councillor, Ward 9
Where: Middlebury Public School, POD Room
5482 Middlebury Drive, Mississauga
Note: Please check in at Front Office to be escorted to presentation room.

*Media are asked to please RSVP their attendance to McKenna Wild by the end of day Tuesday, June 26, 2012. Parking will be available.

About Bullfrog Power

Bullfrog Power, Canada's 100 per cent green energy provider, offers renewable energy solutions that enable homes and businesses to reduce their environmental impact and help create a cleaner, healthier world. Bullfrog's green electricity comes exclusively from wind and hydro facilities that have been certified as low impact by Environment Canada under its EcoLogoM program instead of from polluting sources like coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear. A clean, renewable alternative to fossil-fuel based natural gas, Bullfrog's green natural gas is produced in Canada from biogas facilities that have met strict environmental criteria as defined by ICF International. As a Certified B Corporation, Bullfrog Power meets higher standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. Unlike traditional corporations, Certified B Corporations are required to consider the impact of their decisions on their employees, suppliers, community, consumers, and the environment. Thousands of Canadian homes and businesses are doing their part to address climate change and air pollution by switching to green energy with Bullfrog Power. Homes and businesses can sign up easily, quickly and affordably at www.bullfrogpower.com.

About the Green Website Challenge

The Green Website Challenge, an annual competition, was launched by Bullfrog Power and the City of Mississauga in December 2009. Through the Challenge, students learn the differences between fossil fuel-based and renewable energy sources, and simple ways to conserve energy in their communities. The learning exercise also provides a platform for students to develop web design skills. The judging panel for the 2012 Green Website Challenge included Bullfrog Power President, Tom Heintzman, and Mississauga's Manager of the Environment, Brenda Osborne and Environmental Coordinator, Andrea McLeod.

Contact Information

  • For more information and/or to schedule an interview:
    Environics Communications
    McKenna Wild