A recent study, The Carbon Benefits of Cloud Computing, shows that the Microsoft Cloud is between 22 and 93 percent more energy efficient compared to traditional enterprise data centers, depending on the specific attributes of the solutions compared. When taking into account the company’s use of renewable energy, the Microsoft Cloud is also between 72 and 98 percent more carbon efficient.

 

Download The Carbon Benefits of Cloud Computing: a Study of the Microsoft Cloud from Official Microsoft Download Center

At Microsoft Azure, sustainability and humanity’s response to climate change is seen as one of the greatest challenges of our lifetime. Azure has committed to focusing on:

  • 100% renewable energy by 2025
  • Water positive by 2030
  • Zero-waste certification by 2030
  • Net-zero deforestation from new construction

Learn more about Sustainable cloud infrastructure with a local impact:

Azure Sustainability—Sustainable Technologies | Microsoft Azure

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