The technical feat comes as part of a grander carbon negative initiative goal by 2030 set into place by Microsoft. While the use of diesel powered generators by Microsoft and most of the industry are relegated to rare events of power outages, they do account for a rather expensive expenditure the rest of the time. “They are expensive. And they sit around and dont do anything for more than 99% of their life,” said Mark Monroe, a principle infrastructure engineer on Microsofts team for datacenter...

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