I used to use green geeks for my web hosting but have since stopped due to my need for CMS and the fact that webflow is such a darn good web design, development, and CMS platform. However, I am sorely missing my hosting with green geeks, knowing that my hosting choice was having a positive impact within the industry of web hosting, which is one of the largest users of energy. Eventually, I will devise a way to move away from hosting with webflow and using a green hosting company. I would love if webflow offered a green hosting plan (check out green geeks model, its really awesome) or offered someway to integrate third party hosting from a green company without exporting my sites out of webflow. This would be amazing, and I think really beneficial for webflow as a company in the long run.

  • Steven Clerico
  • Oct 8 2018
  • Liz Vernon commented
    09 Apr 22:24

    I'd like this to be an option as well. Green hosting aligns with of a few of my clients brands and I'm split between hosting elsewhere and using Webflow.

  • Chiara Mensa commented
    October 23, 2019 09:07

    It's good to know that your servers are partially sustainable through Amazon, however in today's climate I think we need to push for more. Are you looking into any strategy to improve on this?

    Also, are any additional information available on sustainability?



  • Ankie Saini commented
    July 21, 2019 10:24

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  • Steven Clerico commented
    October 08, 2018 21:32

    Awesome! Thanks so much for letting me know this. This is satisfying to know.

  • Admin
    Webflow Team commented
    October 08, 2018 18:02

    Webflow doesn't have it's own servers. Instead we use both Amazon Web Servers and CDN.

    I wasn't able to find information about sustainability on, but I'll ask them :)

    - Nelson, Customer Success Specialist

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