Microsoft tests hydrogen fuel cells for backup power at datacenters
In a worldwide first that could jumpstart a long-forecast clean energy economy built around the most abundant element in the universe, hydrogen fuel cells have powered a row of datacenter servers for 48 consecutive hours.
Aiming for more than just net zero
Our ambitious goals to cut down our carbon footprint have necessitated exploration into various technologies. With each kind of technology, we’re determining the best combination to implement based on our overall goal as well as the specific datacenter locations and their local needs.
Progress on our goal to be carbon negative by 2030
In January, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella, President Brad Smith, and Chief Financial Officer Amy Hood launched a bold new environmental sustainability initiative focusing on carbon, water, waste and biodiversity.
Samsung and Microsoft transform real estate and smart property management
Samsung Electronics Co. and Microsoft Corp. today announced a global collaboration focused on digitally transforming the real estate development and property management industries.
How Land O’Lakes is cultivating ag-tech to help farmers harvest healthier profits
Land O’Lakes and Microsoft announced a multi-year strategic alliance to pioneer agricultural innovations, enhance the supply chain, expand sustainability practices for farmers and the food system, and close the rural broadband gap.
We’re increasing our carbon fee as we double down on sustainability
Since 2009, Microsoft has made and met a series of commitments to reduce the company’s carbon footprint.
Microsoft will be carbon negative by 2030
By 2030 Microsoft will be carbon negative, and by 2050 Microsoft will remove from the environment all the carbon the company has emitted either directly or by electrical consumption since it was founded in 1975.