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I just started constructing mine, hope it will be finish by the end of the week.

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This is fantastic! Love everything about it. And so good to hear from you...I've missed you bunches.

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This is a great list. We will look into this for our company.

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Getting a green website is a great idea, you can certainly get one here:

http://GreenWebsite.net

Also, i think that Google's servers are going green, it might take a while, bt that is their vision and goal.

Steven Craig

What about having your web site powered by solar....AISO (http://www.aiso.net) is 100% solar powered, both their servers and data center are powered by onsite solar panels. And they also have a partnership with Co-Op America, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Green Building Council. Plus, they are doing more then just making sure their electricity is green. Their data center and office is green too by using environmentally friendly air conditioners, solar tubes to bring in natural light, a propane powered generator instead of diesel, VMWare virtualization to reduce their server electricity usage, 6 watt energy saving desktops computers for their employees, and soon to be LEED certified as a green data center, the only public one in North America, at least that I have found so far. So as far as the environmental concern, I think AISO is more concerned about the environment then any other of its competitors will ever be.

Steven Craig

What about having your web site powered by solar....AISO (http://www.aiso.net) is 100% solar powered, both their servers and data center are powered by onsite solar panels. And they also have a partnership with Co-Op America, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Green Building Council. Plus, they are doing more then just making sure their electricity is green. Their data center and office is green too by using environmentally friendly air conditioners, solar tubes to bring in natural light, a propane powered generator instead of diesel, VMWare virtualization to reduce their server electricity usage, 6 watt energy saving desktops computers for their employees, and soon to be LEED certified as a green data center, the only public one in North America, at least that I have found so far. So as far as the environmental concern, I think AISO is more concerned about the environment then any other of its competitors will ever be.

Michael Bloch

Hi,

Thanks for this post and for supporting green web hosting!

I just wanted to make mention of our company if I may :). ThinkHost is powered by 100% renewable energy and our package The Plan offers a great range of features:

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By the way, at the moment we're running a special offer - free setup and your first 2 months free; or if you email me directly at mbloch@thinkhost.com; I'll happily provide readers of thegreenerside a coupon for 6 months free hosting :).

Ivan Storck

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BTW, the new website is:
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Don Bosch (evaneco.com)

My blog's (evaneco.com) been hosted by AISO for a year now, after leaving blogger.com for just that reason. Great support from the folks up there. Very happy with it. Email me at evaneco at gmail dot com if you want more info.

Cheers,
db

Enviroman

I supposed it is too much to expect Blogger (blogspot) to be hosted on green servers :-(

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