We could say that a “green hosting” is one that consumes energy from exclusively renewable sources, i.e. it does not generate carbon emissions as it could if it consumed energy from fossil fuels.


The websites and applications that we use on a daily basis require a server that processes the requests to transmit the information to our devices (computers, laptops, mobiles and all types of devices with an internet connection).


In other words, every time we open a web page or an application, regardless of the device, the server consumes a tiny amount of energy. But the sum of all the queries of all users and all the devices that are made per day, ends up representing a considerable amount of energy.


In addition to the emissions produced during the use of servers, the manufacture of servers has a certain ecological impact, similar to that of other electronic devices such as mobile phones and computers. Therefore, smart and efficient management of servers can make a big difference to their effect on the environment.


It is necessary to strike a balance between using their useful life to a reasonable extent and having an up-to-date inventory of servers, which will consume less energy than older models.


Our hosting renews the server fleet periodically, not only to offer an updated and quality service, but also to make a reasonable energy consumption.


Replaced servers, if they are still useful for other less intensive tasks, are reused, stored for a period of time or eventually recycled if they have reached the end of their useful life.


Although the DPCs of our servers do not consume fossil energy, there is always room for improvement in other areas.


That is why through our hosting we contribute to reforestation projects, methane capture, prevention, etc. We make contributions through ecologi.com in all kinds of projects in favour of the environment.


We have contributed 1360 trees to different campaigns.


We have helped to found 3 projects.


We have contributed to reduce 2 tons of CO2.