This is Microsoft's 14th renewable energy deal, through which the clean energy portfolio will reach 150 million kilowatts.
Brian Janous, General Manager of Energy and Sustainability at Microsoft, said: "Our procurement of renewable energy helps improve the sustainability of our operations and the local grid."
Eneco's chief customer officer Hans Peters said: "Technologies companies are facing the challenge of reducing their carbon footprint, mainly because their data centers consume a lot of energy. And global leaders like Microsoft don't think this is a challenge, but instead It is an opportunity to advance its energy transformation. We are proud to help them turn to sustainable, smart and clean energy supply in the Netherlands. Because of this, Microsoft is creating new opportunities, growth and bringing (positive) locally. The impact, while enabling Eneco to continue investing in large renewable energy projects like Borssele III/IV."