GreenGeeks review

Looking for a web host for your site? Our GreenGeeks review runs the rule over the eco-friendly choice.

GreenGeeks review
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Our Verdict

GreenGeeks may make its name on being eco-friendly, but with high reliability and excellent support, its commendable aims shouldn’t mask the fact it also provides a great web hosting service.

For

  • 300% renewable energy investment
  • Well laid-out control panel

Against

  • Best prices require a long-term commitment
  • Basic support

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In this GreenGeeks review, we look at the web host that's made strides in being, well, green! Environmental concerns may not be at the top of your list when hunting for a web hoster, but there’s no doubt that the millions of data centres running 24/7 to serve up websites have a big impact on the environment. What if you could have a web hosting service that works to minimise the effects of running a website? This is the promise of GreenGeeks hosting.

Can you get eco-friendly web hosting with all the features you need at a reasonable price? In our GreenGeeks review, we put the claims to the test and evaluate whether it’s a valid option for website hosting for creative professionals. For more web hosting options, see our best web hosting services guide.

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The Verdict
3.5

out of 10

GreenGeeks Web hosting

GreenGeeks may make its name on being eco-friendly, but with high reliability and excellent support, its commendable aims shouldn’t mask the fact it also provides a great web hosting service.

Richard Sutherland

Richard brings over 20 years of website development, SEO, and marketing to the table. A graduate in Computer Science, Richard has lectured in Java programming, and has built software for companies including Samsung and ASDA. Now, he writes for TechRadar, Tom's Guide, PC Gamer and Creative Bloq.