Microsoft inks first Asia renewables deal in Sunseap rooftop solar tie-up

Madeleine Cuff
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Technology giant will entirely power its Singapore data operations using solar electricity purchased from Sunseap's 60MW multi-rooftop array

Microsoft has signed its first renewables deal in Asia, inking an agreement with Singaporean solar firm Sunseap to buy all the electricity from a new 60MW rooftop solar project. The deal, announced...

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