operation. At the time of the IPO, SunEdison had pending agreements with third-party developers to acquire clean energy projects that had an aggregate capacity of 4.2 GW, which were expected to be added to the call rights list under the Support Agreement. In addition, the Support Agreement granted Global LLC a right of first offer with respect to any clean energy projects (other than Call Right Projects) (“ROFO Projects”) that SunEdison elected to sell or otherwise transfer during the six-year period following the completion of the IPO and that were located in the Company’s initial target markets and other emerging markets that the parties mutually agreed upon.
Following the SunEdison Bankruptcy, SunEdison breached the Support Agreement and the Company will not acquire any of the Call Right Projects or ROFO Projects. On September 25, 2016, the Company announced that as a result of SunEdison’s breach under the Support Agreement and other agreements constituting the Sponsorship Arrangement, the Company filed claims against SunEdison in excess of $2 billion. The claims include, without limitation, claims for damages relating to breach of SunEdison's obligations under the Sponsorship Arrangement and other agreements; contribution and indemnification claims arising from litigation; claims relating to SunEdison’s breach of fiduciary, agency and other duties; and claims for interference with and the disruption of the business of the Company, including the loss of business opportunities, loss of business records, failure to provide timely audited financials, and the increased cost of financing and commercial arrangements. Many of these claims are contingent or unliquidated; estimated amounts may change substantially as circumstances develop and damages are determined. Although SunEdison has not formally rejected the Sponsorship Arrangement, it has breached its obligations thereunder and the Company has additional claims for rejection damages.
As discussed in Note 1 - Nature of Operations, on September 25, 2016, the Company filed its initial proof of claim in the SunEdison Bankruptcy case, which was amended on October 7, 2016. This proof of claim asserted claims based on, among other things, SunEdison's breach of the Sponsorship Arrangement between the Company and SunEdison, which included the Support Agreement. The Support Agreement will be terminated upon the effectiveness of the Settlement Agreement.
Insurance Allocation Agreement
The Company, TerraForm Power, Inc., SunEdison and certain of their respective directors and officers shared $150.0 million of directors’ and officers’ liability insurance policies that covered the period from July 15, 2015 to July 14, 2016 (the “D&O Insurance”). SunEdison and the independent directors of SunEdison (the “SUNE D&O Parties”) entered into an agreement, dated March 27, 2017 and amended on June 7, 2017, with the Company, TerraForm Power, Inc. and their respective current directors and officers (the “YieldCo D&O Parties”) related to the D&O Insurance. Among other things, this agreement provides that: (i) the YieldCo D&O Parties consent to a $32.0 million payment to SunEdison from the D&O Insurance in connection with the settlement of claims proposed to be brought by the unsecured creditors’ committee in the SunEdison Bankruptcy under a motion in the SunEdison Bankruptcy case for derivative standing; (ii) for a specified period of time, the SUNE D&O Parties and the YieldCo D&O Parties agree to cooperate in trying to reach settlements of certain lawsuits pending against the YieldCo D&O Parties arising from a variety of alleged prepetition actions and transactions, including, but not limited to, the Company’s initial public offering and other securities transactions, and SunEdison agrees to consent to such proposed settlements to be funded by up to $32.0 million from the D&O Insurance; and (iii) for a specified period of time, SunEdison, its independent directors, the Company and TerraForm Power, Inc. will not assert certain payment priority provisions of the D&O Insurance. The agreement is subject to the approval of the bankruptcy court overseeing the SunEdison Bankruptcy.
Arrangements with TerraForm Power
In January 2017, the Company entered into a Use and Occupancy Agreement with TerraForm Power, pursuant to which TerraForm Power granted to the Company a license to use the office space in Bethesda, Maryland that is leased by TerraForm Power and is the shared corporate headquarters of the Company and TerraForm Power until the earlier to occur of June 30, 2018 and the termination of the underlying lease. The Company has agreed to pay TerraForm Power one-third of the rent and other amounts due to the landlord under the underlying lease, which is expected to be equal to an aggregate of $0.7 million in 2017, and certain additional service fees. For the three months ended March 31, 2017, $0.3 million was accrued under this agreement.
TerraForm Power has entered into service contracts with various vendors for information technology and enterprise resource planning systems. The Company is not a party to any of these contracts and has no direct contractual liability to third parties thereunder, however the Company uses these systems in cooperation with TerraForm Power, and the costs of such systems will be allocated between TerraForm Power and the Company pursuant to an agreement that is expected to be entered into between TerraForm Power and the Company. As of March 31, 2017 and December 31, 2016, the Company capitalized $0.3 million and $0.4 million, respectively, of expenses related to development costs of the new enterprise resource planning systems, and the Company recognized less than $0.1 million as general and administrative expense related to these systems during the three months ended March 31, 2017, and $0.1 million as general and administrative expense related to these systems