When your website is hosted with NetWeaver, it’s always powered by renewable energy. We’ve been committed to reducing our impact on the environment for over 10 years now and are proud of our progress.
If you’d like the world to know your website is hosted sustainably, here are two ways you can do so.
The Green Web Foundation maintains a database of green web hosting companies, cloud providers and datacentres. You can use their website to check the energy used to power your website and get a badge to display to prove it’s green.
You can visit them here: www.thegreenwebfoundation.org
We also have a badge of our own that you can display. Who wouldn’t want to brag about using the best web hosting ever?
To use this badge on your site, just add the following code to your site:
<a href="https://www.netweaver.uk" title="Green Web Hosting" target="_blank"> <img src="https://fogg.netweaver.uk/badge.png" alt="Hosted by NetWeaver using Renewable Energy"> </a>
Renewable energy is an important step towards sustainable web hosting, but it’s not the only thing we do. If you’d like to read more about our environmental commitments, please visit this page.
You can further reduce the environmental impact of your website by keeping the page sizes small. WholeGrain Digital has produced an excellent website to help you to measure this: www.websitecarbon.com. You can view our report here.
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