Microsoft leads the way with innovative carbon fee model

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Microsoft's TJ DiCaprio reveals how the company is imposing an internal carbon fee on department's energy use and travel

Last July, Microsoft implemented a carbon fee model for emissions that applies to data centres, software development labs, offices, and air travel. Under the new plan, the internal cost for electricity...

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