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Miguel Dias
Miguel Dias


EcoSky is powered by an infrastructure that draws power from the wind and sun. EcoSky is located in the state of Oregon, USA and was founded on the values of ecological sustainability.

Our mission is to deliver quality internet and communications services to the general public while contributing to the growth in awareness of and limiting our impact on the delicate balance of our environment.

This company uses energy wisely by using the solar photovoltaic panels mounted on the roof-top to power up their servers. Another reason is their "grid connection": in the summer months when the sunlight is stronger the excess of energy is grid back to system to be use by others and in the winter months when the sunlight is low and they need more energy they draw power back from the grid. This energy goes directly to support the production of wind power.

EcoSky is also dedicated to help their community by donating part of their annual profit to non-profit and community-based organizations. They offer to their employees a work environment that supports physical well-being, individual expression through mutual respect and career advancement.

EcoSky recognizes that a healthy and supported staff of people contributes to the success of our efforts.

Besides all the benefits not all services are entirely powered by renewable energy. The services are: internet access and local POP service. DNS, mail, web and authentication services are totally powered by renewable energy.


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