Assess and reduce your impact with cloud migration

Collect and connect data in the cloud to better grasp your environmental footprint. Start by gaining immediate insights into emissions related to Microsoft cloud services you use, with the Emissions Impact Dashboard.

Why prioritize cloud migration?

Reduce your carbon footprint by up to 98%, and lower energy consumption and costs, by migrating your applications, workloads, and databases to the cloud.1

Drive progress with cloud-based insights

See how manufacturer Majans uses near real-time data gathered using Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management and IoT intelligence.

Reduce emissions by going virtual

Learn how Microsoft lowered carbon emissions associated with a annual event by nearly 5,000 metric tons.

Boost efficiency by running cleaner

Find out how Clean Energy is connecting data to advance all aspects of their operations—gaining efficiencies and saving costs.

Establish best practices

Microsoft is committed to becoming carbon negative, water positive, and zero waste. Find out how we’re tackling ambitious goals—and how our practices could apply to your business.

Realize energy and carbon savings with the Microsoft Cloud

Take advantage of our efficient operational practices, IT equipment, datacenter infrastructure—and built-in renewable energy investments.

Find a trusted advisor

Work with Microsoft global systems integrators to plan, design, and implement strategies to enable sustainable growth.

Your sustainability journey

Assess your impact

Accelerate progress

Transform your business

1 The results show that the Microsoft cloud is between 22 and 93 percent more energy efficient than traditional enterprise datacenters, depending on the specific comparison being made. When taking into account our renewable energy purchases, the Microsoft cloud is between 72 and 98 percent more carbon efficient. These savings are attributable to four key features of the Microsoft cloud: IT operational efficiency, IT equipment efficiency, datacenter infrastructure efficiency, and renewable electricity procurement. Get details: The carbon benefits of cloud computing.