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Teck Resources purchases SunMine solar energy facility in Canada for C$2M

Teck Resources Ltd. purchased the SunMine solar energy facility in British Columbia from the City of Kimberley for about C$2 million.

Consideration is equal to the City of Kimberley's outstanding debt obligation for SunMine, the company said in a Jan. 15 news release.

Teck President and CEO Don Lindsay said the facility will help the company gain experience as it targets the use of solar power at other operations.

The 1.05-MW solar facility is the first grid-connected solar facility in British Columbia and the first built on a reclaimed mine site, the company said. SunMine is located on fully reclaimed land at the site of Teck's former Sullivan zinc-lead-silver mine.