We aim to be a leader in the energy transition by investing in new technologies and commercializing new products, such as one of the first 24x7 Carbon-Free Power solutions in Alberta, that meet carbon-free energy and infrastructure needs of tomorrow. We are leveraging the base load of our franchise and asset footprint to create value with customers and suppliers and within our communities.
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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.
In total, TC Energy manages, operates and markets close to 450 megawatts (MW) of electricity in the Alberta. TC Energy is directly involved in all facets of the Alberta power market with expertise in power marketing and trading, generation development, retail services (billing and load settlement) and regulatory issues.
TC Energy and Hyzon have executed an agreement to explore joint co-developing hydrogen hubs in the U.S. and Canada.
TC Energy and Nikola have executed a joint development to explore co-developing large-scale clean hydrogen hubs in the U.S. and Canada.
TC Energy purchased 150,000 tCO2e generated by Jenner 3 Wind Farm in Canada.
TC Energy will purchase 20 megawatts of solar energy at East Strathmore Solar; this agreement means TC Energy receives all rights to the current and future environmental attributes of the project. The solar project is one of the first solar-power-generation facilities in the area east of Calgary, Alberta.
TC Energy purchased 74.25 megawatts of solar energy at Claresholm Solar in Southern Alberta.
TC Energy signed a power purchase agreement for 100 per cent of the offtake — and all future environmental attributes — for the 297 MW Sharp Hills Wind Farm. The solar project is near Sedalia and New Bridgen in Alberta.
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