In order to meet the challenges of energy transition, Microsoft and Royal Dutch Shell have announced a strategic alliance to jointly develop technologies that will help them accelerate achieving their carbon reduction ambitions, while helping customers and other organisations reduce their own emissions.

Microsoft will help build new artificial intelligence (AI) solutions that accelerate Shell’s digital transformation and Shell will supply products and services that help Microsoft in its drive to net zero carbon emissions.

“These complex challenges can’t be solved in isolation, or by doing business as usual,” says Judson Althoff, executive vice president of Microsoft’s Worldwide Commercial Business, said in a press release. “We are proud to play our role in a sustainable future, and we know that a successful energy transition depends on strong technology partnerships anchored in co-innovation and development with leaders in the energy sector.”

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