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Houston, our U.S. headquarters and home to more than 1,000 of our people, was severely impacted by the historic storm that hit much of the U.S. The storm brought unprecedented record freezing temperatures that shut down infrastructure providing energy to Texas. Millions found themselves without power or heating for up to several days and experienced food and supply shortages. Many were left without water, and when they did regain access, they had to adhere to a water boil notice across the city.
On Tuesday, Oct. 15, we announced that the iconic building at 700 Louisiana Street in Houston, previously the Bank of America Center, has been renamed the TC Energy Center. The TC Energy Center is a testament to the growth of our people and our operations – in Houston and across the country.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed nearly every facet of our lives in North America. These drastic changes are scary, challenging and stressful. We send our sincerest well-wishes to the families affected and recognize the tremendous efforts of first responders and health professionals worldwide. Over the two past weeks, we have been doing our part to slow down the spread of the virus. We have safely transitioned much of our staff from working in our offices to working remotely.
TC Energy invested $29.3 million investment in a renewable natural gas (RNG) production facility , owned by Lynchburg Renewable Fuels LLC, near the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, Tenn. The project is being developed by 3 Rivers Energy Partners, LLC, also an owner in Lynchburg Renewable Fuels.
To address the critical need for technology, TC Energy partnered with Comp-U-Dopt, a non-profit providing technology access and education to Houston's underserved youth.
TC Energy purchased 74.25 megawatts of solar energy at Claresholm Solar in Southern Alberta.
TC Energy purchased 150,000 tCO2e generated by Jenner 3 Wind Farm in Canada.
TC Energy and Hyzon have executed an agreement to explore joint co-developing hydrogen hubs in the U.S. and Canada.
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 wind project is near Sedalia and New Bridgen in Alberta.