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At TC Energy, we ask questions that lead to solutions for the world’s biggest energy problems. Like, how do we dynamically move natural gas to where it’s needed most? How do we capture carbon before it’s even emitted? And how do we help transition North America to cleaner, more sustainable energy?
TC Energy’s vast infrastructure is unrivalled in value - and unparalleled in flexibility. As the supply and demand sides of energy change, we will continue to meet the needs of our customers today while adapting for tomorrow. The North American Energy system we’ve built over the past 70 years is the foundation of our future. We are Energy Problem Solvers.
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is one lower-emissions way to keep communities powered up. But it takes a steady supply of natural gas to make LNG go. And that’s where TC Energy’s vast North American infrastructure comes in, by delivering natural gas to multiple coastal hubs, where it’s converted to LNG and dispatched to the places where it can meet critical demand.
TC Energy is co-developing hydrogen production and distribution hubs designed to supply hydrogen to electric trucks that run on hydrogen-powered fuel cells. Click to find out more about this clean, sustainable solution with the potential to change the way goods move across North America.
The goal of clean energy is to bring down emissions, right? Well, what if, along with renewable energy, we could capture the carbon dioxide released by other energy sources and safely move it to storage? That way, we can minimize CO2 emissions across the board and transition to cleaner energy sources in a more sustainable way. This is the kind of energy problem TC Energy is solving right now.
What if happy hour helped create renewable energy? TC Energy is doing just that with a $29.3 million investment in a renewable natural gas (RNG) production facility near the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg, TN. Once operational, the facility will capture a byproduct of the distilling process to generate methane gases. Those gasses will be recovered to produce pipeline-quality RNG that will be directly connected to a local natural gas utility.
TC Energy is finding new ways to keep renewable working reliably and around the clock by combining wind, solar, and pumped storage. Click below to see how new, interconnected energy solutions that replace other more carbon-intensive sources can now provide millions with affordable, renewable energy, 24/7.