Green House Data Helps Bring B Corporation Celebration to Portland

Written by Wendy Fox on Monday, October 12th 2015

Company sponsors B Inspired talks, street festival to promote business as a force for good

CHEYENNE, WY – October 12, 2015 – Green House Data, a national provider of data center and cloud hosting services by 100% renewable energy, will sponsor and attend the upcoming B Inspired events in downtown Portland, a celebration of the growing B Corporation movement to hold businesses accountable to standards of environmental commitment, community involvement, and transparency.

B Inspired will be held on October 15, 2015, consisting of a series of inspirational talks followed by a public street festival and concert. Speakers include Perry Chen, founder of Kickstarter, Wendy Collie, CEO of New Seasons Markets, and other leaders of the B Corp community, while the festival in Pioneer Courthouse Square will feature exhibitors like Ben & Jerry’s and New Belgium Brewing offering samples from booths promoting corporate sustainability and responsibility.

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Green House Data Plants 3,000 Trees as Part of Republic of Change #HackClimate Campaign

Written by Wendy Fox on Thursday, October 8th 2015

Company joins other environmental leaders for massive crowdfunded reforestation movement

CHEYENNE, WY – October 8th, 2015 - Green House Data, a provider of data center services including cloud hosting, colocation, and managed IT, today announced its support and sponsorship of the #HackClimate campaign, including the planting of 3,000 trees that will remove approximately 150 tons of C02 from the atmosphere.

Those 3,000 will count towards the primary goal of #HackClimate to plant 1,000,000 trees globally. Beginning October 6th, supporters can help crowdfund the campaign for one dollar per tree. The campaign was designed by Republic of Change, a soon-to-launch social network promoting individual and collective action on climate change.

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Green House Data Announces New Hire Brian Parsons as Director of Channel Programs

Written by Wendy Fox on Wednesday, September 30th 2015

CHEYENNE, WY – September 30, 2015 – Green House Data, a leading provider of cloud hosting, colocation, and IT services, announced today the new hire of Brian Parsons as the company’s first Director of Channel Programs, effective immediately.

Parsons brings eight years of account service experience to Green House Data, having previously served as Account Director at a Denver based telecommunications firm. He holds a BAA in Finance from Southern Methodist University – Cox School of Business. 

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FullConTech Moderation Team Joined by Green House Data CEO, Director of Business Development

Written by Wendy Fox on Tuesday, September 8th 2015

Executives will direct panels on company culture and recruiting top IT talent at Washington state technology conference

CHEYENNE, WY - September 9th, 2015 – Green House Data, a nationwide provider of data center services and managed IT, announced today that company president and CEO Shawn Mills and director of business development Rick Noji will moderate panels at the upcoming FullConTech Conference in Seattle.

Organized by the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA), FullConTech focuses on how educators, government officials, and technology leaders can stay ahead of the rapidly growing and changing technology scene in Washington state.

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Green House Data Gives Washington Data Centers 2,265 Mwh Renewable Energy Boost

Written by Wendy Fox on Tuesday, July 7th 2015

Addition of Wind Power RECSs Comes in Tandem with Completion of Rebrand for FiberCloud

CHEYENNE, WYOMING –July 7, 2015 – Green House Data, a leader in cloud hosting, colocation, and managed data center services, today announced the addition of 2,265 megawatt hours (Mwh) of wind Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) to support sustainability efforts in Washington state.

These 2,265 Mwhs were the final steps in unifying the FiberCloud and Green House Data brands to operate solely under Green House Data, and applying the company’s highly efficient environmental standards across acquired data center facilities in Seattle, Everett, and Bellingham, Wash. 

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