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SKGoldHosting buys renewable energy credits

Canadian web hosting provider SkGold Hosting has purchased renewable energy credits as part of its new green strategy to reduce using fossil fuels. Annually data centers consume more energy than most countries, according to the company’s estimates.

Codero – another 100% green hosting provider

One of the biggest growing trends with web hosting providers these days is to become “green”.   It is constantly seen within front web pages of many providers – “100% green” or even “300% green”.  While this sounds great on the surface (and in the case of 300%, a bit odd), the reality is these […]

Your green certificate is not green enough

While outfitting data centers to draw 100% of their energy needs from environmentally-friendly efforts like wind or solar power generation may not be feasible for most companies with today’s technology, web hosts are finding new and clever ways to offset their carbon footprint – and advertise so-called “green hosting”.

BounceWeb buys Renewable Energy Certificates

Houston-based web host BounceWeb has purchased Renewable Energy Certificates. With this purchase, it will be able to support the production of 6,000 kilowatt-hours of energy that is renewable. The company’s purchases last month are equivalent to 9,414 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions.

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