GreenGeeks Reveals Results from Bonneville Environmental Foundation Partnership

GreenGeeks have been collaborating with the Bonneville Environmental Foundation to promote green issues and environmentally friendly energy. They have now reported the results from the partnership and the agreement’s impact on their current services.

The company offers a 300 per cent green energy hosting service. For every kilowatt of energy taken from power grid, they send three times more energy back from wind turbines. This has allowed them to become one of the major players in green hosting technology.

Their 13-year partnership with the Bonneville Environmental Foundation has paid dividends. Using the power generated by GreenGeeks’ policy, the foundation has done much to produce green energy.

One of their major achievements is generating 5.1 million megawatt hours of clean energy through purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates. They have also reduced the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere by 1.9 million metric tons. Finally, they have combined both of these things to keep 4.7 million metric tons of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. This translates to taking 991,000 cars off the road for a year.

What it means for GreenGeeks is that they can continue maintaining their position at the head of the green hosting industry. Observers claim this is incredibly important, as it is their main selling point. It has enabled them to expand rapidly across North America over the past few years.

Through their ability to generate such large amounts of energy, the company has offered premium hosting services. Their Ecosite Premium Hosting packages became available due to their commitment to green energy. It presents enhanced performance with greater RAM and CPU resources.

Their partnership with the Bonneville Environmental Foundation is still going strong and they expect further developments from this sector in the coming months. Rumours persist that it could bring the two organisations closer together with a commitment to produce even larger amounts of green energy.

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