Microsoft and Shell are working together on the development of new technologies that will help them achieve their carbon reduction ambitions and deliver new solutions to market helping other organizations and customers manage and reduce their own carbon footprint. They will leverage their existing expertise and technologies to create and implement new AI solutions to accelerate Shell’s digital transformation. Shell will supply Microsoft with low carbon energy products and services.

“Microsoft and Shell both have rich histories of innovation and bold ambitions to decarbonize. We are proud of the work we have already done together. Our strategic alliance will enable us to push the boundaries of what can be achieved. We believe we can unlock tremendous progress for Shell, Microsoft, our customers and beyond.”

Huibert Vigeveno, Downstream Director Shell

“We are building on our work with Shell by establishing a deeper alliance to further accelerate innovation in support of decarbonization and energy industry transition. Cross-industry collaborations like this are fundamental to help society reach net-zero emissions by 2050, and digital transformation is key to tackling this important issue, within the energy sector and beyond.”

Judson Althoff, executive vice president of Microsoft’s Worldwide Commercial Business

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