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Glow Host

A web hosting provider with a comprehensive range of plans (from shared hosting to dedicated servers) and is also carbon neutral.

On shared hosting they make a clear distinction of how many customers are hosted per server for every. Most hosting providers don't do this, so it's a refreshing bit of transparency. Their "semi-dedicated plan" likewise has a clearly specified number of customers per server.

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Ecological Hosting

http://www.ecologicalhosting.com/ -- Offers a decent array of hosting plans.

http://www.ecologicalhosting.com/hosting -- Their data center is completely powered directly by solar energy. The data center is in southern California and is, I believe, hosting some of the other green web hosting providers.

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Dreamhost

dreamhost.com - Is an almost full service web hosting provider. Their core competency is shared hosting but they do offer a dedicated hosting arrangement, but prevent you from having root access to your "dedicated" server.

They offer what they call a "private server" which offers some dedicated resources but is not quite a VPS.

I use Dreamhost for this site (and a couple others) plus because they offer tremendous data storage limits, my Dreamhost account serves as an offsite backup of my personal files.

Lunarpages

Lunarpages offers a wide range of web hosting services, from shared hosting, to windows hosting, to dedicated hosting. They offer a number of high end features on their most advanced shared hosting plan, including the ability to run Java Servlets. All this is available for reasonable prices.

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