Microsoft and Alaska Airlines announced a partnership on Thursday to use sustainable jet fuel to offset travel emissions from technology giant employees.
Under the agreement, Microsoft will bear the cost of fuel produced from sustainable resources such as waste oil and agricultural residues, resulting in reduced carbon emissions.
The deal is part of Microsoft’s initiative to become carbon-neutral by 2030.
Microsoft is asking you to buy fuel credits from alternative energy company SkyNRG.
Judson Altov, Executive Vice President of Microsoft’s Worldwide Commercials, said: business.
“We hope that this sustainable aviation fuel model will be used by other companies as a way to reduce the environmental impact of business trips.”
The agreement applies to the transfer of Microsoft employees between Seattle headquarters and the company’s most popular routes, San Francisco Bay and airports in the Los Angeles area. Both companies will consider expanding the program in the future.
The two companies said they want other companies to follow their example and expand the sustainable jet fuel market.
Brad Tilden, CEO of Alaska Airlines, said the partnership “will allow us to fly cleaner and reduce our environmental impact.”
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