CWCS energy usage is 100% offset by renewable energy.
Our team work together to make our workplace environmentally friendly and help our customers make green choices.
We plant a tree for every server purchased, so you know you’re helping the planet with every purchase.
“As a hosting provider we are part of a power-hungry industry, and we feel it is our responsibility to limit the impact on the environment as much as we can. We are committed to taking a pro-active approach be carbon neutral by 2030.”
As a web hosting company, we know that data centres require a tremendous amount of energy, which is why we work hard to achieve carbon neutrality.
Try to imagine how many websites there are online… its billions. All this content is hosted on servers across data centres around the world.
From the comfort of your homes/offices, you sign up, pay and manage content digitally and never even step foot in a data centre instead they use a web host who takes care of everything for them.
Running these servers uses a lot of power. They need to be kept running in a cooled, controlled environment. So they require a large amount of energy and have a significant carbon dioxide (CO2) output. That makes them less than optimal for our environment.
In fact it uses so much power that UK data centres account for 12% of UK energy consumption and 3% of all global energy.
So how can hosting companies help?
Hosting companies should be making a commitment towards providing green hosting solutions for all their customers.
Green web hosting relates to web hosting companies that actively try to carry out eco-friendly initiatives to mitigate their impact on the environment.
Here’s how we help:
Recommending environmentally friendly products.
A cloud server uses 88% less power than a dedicated server. Where possible, our team help businesses make the environmentally-friendly choice of cloud hosting.
Recycling and Repurposing
We pledge to plant a tree for every new server purchased in 2022. By working with Just One Tree we promise to plant a tree to help offset our energy usage and to help make the world a greener place.