Shell and Microsoft strengthen ties with joint plan to curb emissions

Cecilia Keating
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Shell's Silicon Ranch solar farm in Tennessee | Credit: Shell
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Shell's Silicon Ranch solar farm in Tennessee | Credit: Shell

Strategic partnership will see Microsoft buy renewable energy from oil and gas major, as well as providing Shell with digital tools to help 'drive efficiencies'

Microsoft and its long-time client Shell have announced plans to collaborate on a raft of green projects designed to slash greenhouse gas emissions across their respective value chains, ranging from sustainable...

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