Posts Tagged ‘green hosting’

Christina Halliday
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Apr 25, 2016
In honor of Arbor Day this Friday, we wanted to reinforce Codero’s evergreen commitment to sustainable actions. Born from our own employees’ desire to bridge the gap between their personal environmental values and those of the ones they serve, Codero has proudly established and maintained the following since 2010 (check out the case study here): Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy certificates (RECs) Green-e Marketplace membership Ownership of 12,500 MWh of certified RECs from EcoElectrons (which means every dedicated server supporting Codero’s customers is matched with… Read More
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Sep 15, 2010
Are you working to become a greener company? Not only does Codero offer green hosting, we also are buying only 80 PLUS certified power supplies for our data center. To date, a third of our power supply units have been updated, resulting in a 25-30% decrease in power consumption. (more…) Read More
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Aug 18, 2010
In light of the BP oil spill this summer, everyone seems to be looking for ways to become more environmentally conscious. There is a renewed focus on energy efficiency, purchasing renewable green power and conserving conventional energy use. It’s easy to see why. The spill ultimately dumped 127 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. (more…) Read More
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Apr 7, 2010
In support of both Earth Day and Arbor Day, we have launched a new program, Codero Plant-a-Tree, allowing customers to have a tree planted in their honor by simply adding $1 to their online orders.  Donations values are $1, $5, $10, $15 or $20 and will be planted by a forestry organization at the end of the month to aid in reforestation efforts. View our press release for full details of the program. (more…) Read More
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Dec 7, 2009
Cause marketing and going green is triple H-O-T in the business world. Rightfully so, as nowadays determining a business’s level of corporate responsibility has become a staple in the consumer buying process. Companies can hardly ‘fake’ green anymore due to the amount of consumer skepticism and the watchful eye of competitors. (more…) Read More