February 18, 2009 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Fasthosts Internet
, a leading reseller web hosting provider, announced they are participating in a green initiative, which ensures all services run from a green data center. Fasthosts is part of United Internet's Global Green Initiative whose renewable resources save 30,000 tons of CO2 every year. Fasthosts is certified by Green-e, the nation's leading voluntary certification program for renewable energy. Fasthosts is purchasing enough Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) from the non-profit, Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF), to match 100 percent of the electricity used at the company's data center.
"At Fasthosts it is important for us to offer our reseller's a service that will allow them to succeed. Environmentally conscious products and services are in a great demand now, so we've decided to offer our resellers the ability to sell a green product at no extra cost. Besides being a valuable selling point for our resellers, Fasthosts is proud to be an environmentally responsible company," said Steve Holford, CMO of Fasthosts.
Complete details of Fasthosts' green efforts can be viewed on the Fasthosts Green Web page (http://www.fasthosts.com/about-fasthosts/greener-hosting/).
For over a decade, the Green-e program, administered by the Center for Resource Solutions, has been certifying renewable energy that meets environmental and consumer protection standards that it developed in conjunction with leading environmental, energy and policy organizations.
Fasthosts provides its US resellers with dedicated service 24/7 with US based technical support via phone or email. All US customer websites are hosted within the company's green state-of-the-art data center in Lenexa, KS and benefit from 30GBit high-speed connectivity.
Fasthosts is a leading reseller web hosting provider and the UK's number one web hosting company. In the US the company is based in Chesterbrook, PA.
Operating 24x7 from its dedicated data centers, Fasthosts keeps over 1 million domains running smoothly and ensures over 6 million emails are delivered safely each day.