Renewable Power Partnerships for a Lower Carbon Grid
bp and Microsoft are among the world’s top energy producers and consumers, respectively. Both are also on ambitious paths towards a low-carbon future: Microsoft aims to be carbon negative by 2030 and bp net zero by 2050. Executives from both companies join this CERAWeek Conversation to discuss their partnership in power sector decarbonization and explore the collaborations needed across business and government to facilitate corporate transitions to renewable power. Speakers Brian Janous, General Manager, Energy, Microsoft Jason Tate, Vice President, European Power, Trading & Origination Chair Xizhou Zhou, Vice President & Managing Director, Global Power & Renewables, IHS Markit
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