Become a digital utility
Explore how Axpo improves intelligent power grid operation and efficiency with an Azure-based data platform.
Innovate for sustainability
Using cloud and AI, BP stays at the leading edge of technology to accelerate net zero goals.
Enable smart data-driven management
Techem relies on Azure IoT for its measuring technology to help prevent CO2 emissions.
Advancing its safety initiatives
Discover how Shell is improving the company’s already robust safety performance metrics.
Gaining optimum control in battery production
Explore how Microsoft Dynamics 365 connects Corvus Energy’s operations worldwide.
Explore intelligent energy
Vattenfall and Microsoft pilot world’s first hourly matching (24/7) of renewable energy
Energy providers can more easily understand demand for renewable energy hour by hour and help drive true market demand for intelligent energy and clean power using Microsoft Azure IoT Central.
Empowering cloud sustainability with the Microsoft Emissions Impact Dashboard
Designed to help customers gather meaningful, shareable information, the Emissions Impact Dashboard gleans critical insights to help organisations make more informed, data-driven decisions about sustainable energy and computing.
Why Azure for energy?
Learn about advanced technologies that are transforming the energy industry. Build a future of intelligent energy management based on a foundation of highly secure devices and cloud innovation. Use advanced capabilities like AI and machine learning to improve operational performance and reduce costs.
The Future Computed: Artificial Intelligence and its role in society
The Future Computed series provides an in-depth look at how artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the manufacturing and energy sector and looks at how society can respond to some of the challenges AI creates, and the need to develop new laws and regulations to address workforce disruption and develop AI in an ethical and responsible manner.
IDC MarketScape: Microsoft a leader in IIoT platforms for manufacturing and energy
In two IDC MarketScape reports reviewing current players in IIoT for the energy and manufacturing industries, Microsoft was named as a leader in a crowded field of global players, all of which have mature, comprehensive offerings of their own. In energy management, much of the value derived from IoT comes down to maximising the performance and lifespan of assets and equipment, and connecting with customers to deliver new and differentiated energy solutions and services.