Whether it's renewable energy, renewable natural gas, hydrogen or other low carbon energy services, we utilize our continental presence to offer our customers flexible, cost-effective solutions to manage their energy and decarbonization needs, helping them respond to the energy transition. We aim to leverage the size and scale of our energy network and trading platform to be the premier provider of low carbon energy for the North American industrial, oil, natural gas and utility sectors.
Replace aging thermal systems with efficient steam co-generation.
Intermediate channels solution: Steam cogeneration to monetize excess steam and decarbonize existing electric needs.
Petroleum refining solution: Replace package boilers with combined heat and power for more economic source of energy while also decarbonizing.
Switch to renewable power for existing and future electric systems.
Oil & gas pipeline solution: Multiple wind and solar PPAs to decarbonize operations.
Steel producer solution: Long-term wind PPA to decarbonize operations.
Offset hydrocarbon feedstocks with renewable natural gas (RNG) or replace them with hydrogen.
Long-haul trucking solution: Blue and green large scale hydrogen production hubs for end-use fuelling.
Base-to-base trucking solution: Small scale green hydrogen hubs using RNG feedstock for back to base trucking.
Capture and sequester CO2 when hydrocarbon feedstocks can’t be avoided.
Oil & gas producers solution: Carbon transportation and sequestration system to address large industrial sector emissions.
Power generation solution: Sequestration system to support lower carbon intensive natural gas generation.
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TC Energy is launching a first-of-its-kind 24x7 Carbon-Free power product in the province of
Alberta, positioning customers to manage hourly power needs with cost certainty
AND achieve decarbonization goals by sourcing power from emissions-free assets.
The Alberta Carbon Grid (ACG) is a carbon transportation system reaching the province’s largest sources of industrial emissions.
Designed to be an open-access system, the ACG will serve as the backbone of Alberta’s emerging carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) industry, connecting the Fort McMurray region, the Alberta Industrial Heartland, and the Drayton Valley region to key sequestration locations and delivery points across the province, and serving multiple industries. When fully constructed, the system will be capable of transporting more than 20 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually.
TC Energy and Hyzon have executed an agreement to explore joint co-developing hydrogen hubs in the U.S. and Canada.
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