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HostGator purchases sufficient [http://www.3degreesinc.com/products/recs/ Renewable Energy Certificates] to offset 130% of the power used by their shared and reseller hosting servers. While this won't ensure power to the servers in the event of a power grid outage, it is at least participating in efforts to expand [[sustainable energy generation]]. (Source: [http://www.hostgator.com/green-web-hosting.shtml HostGator])
 
HostGator purchases sufficient [http://www.3degreesinc.com/products/recs/ Renewable Energy Certificates] to offset 130% of the power used by their shared and reseller hosting servers. While this won't ensure power to the servers in the event of a power grid outage, it is at least participating in efforts to expand [[sustainable energy generation]]. (Source: [http://www.hostgator.com/green-web-hosting.shtml HostGator])
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
* [[URL::http://hostgator.com|home page]]
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* [http://hostgator.com home page]
 
** [https://secure.hostgator.com/cancel.php cancellation page]: use this to cancel active packages
 
** [https://secure.hostgator.com/cancel.php cancellation page]: use this to cancel active packages
 
** [https://secure.hostgator.com/upgrade.php upgrade page]: use this to upgrade an active package
 
** [https://secure.hostgator.com/upgrade.php upgrade page]: use this to upgrade an active package

Latest revision as of 15:12, 9 October 2019

About

HostGator is a large web hosting company based in Houston, TX. It was originally founded in Florida in 2002.

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HostGator purchases sufficient Renewable Energy Certificates to offset 130% of the power used by their shared and reseller hosting servers. While this won't ensure power to the servers in the event of a power grid outage, it is at least participating in efforts to expand sustainable energy generation. (Source: HostGator)

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