The tech giant laid out plans in January to “ultimately remove Microsoft’s carbon footprint” by 2030. While Microsoft had already eliminated most of its dependence on fossil fuels, it still had a few diesel powered backup generators at Azure data centers, according to a statement. Diesel is expensive while hydrogen fuel cell costs have plummeted, the statement said, so Microsoft officials decided to test hydrogen fuel cells as a replacement. The idea to explore hydrogen...

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