At Lunavi, taking care of our people and the environment is a priority and passion across our organization. Founded as a green data center provider, we invest in renewable energy and our communities. We encourage all employees, from top executives to our newest members, to volunteer and provide services that support local nonprofit organizations and initiatives.
At Lunavi, we understand that our actions affect our neighbors, communities and the world we all share together. Our goal is to create a positive impact through our ongoing commitment to sustainability and social responsibility, so we can all look forward to a bright and vibrant future together.
Lunavi strives for improvement in all operations, not the least of which are our sustainability efforts. We carefully track the energy and water use of our facilities in order to reduce costs and our carbon footprint. Other CSR goals include:
Lunavi has pursued green enterprise computing since 2007, with an average Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of 1.25 or lower (our purpose-built data center in Cheyenne is 1.14 PUE). We are a proud EPA Green Power Partner, reaching the Top 30 Tech and Telecom list of green power buyers for over five years running. Our green data center practices include:
Over the years, our employees have contributed in various ways to our communities. In the past, they have used their time to volunteer at high-risk schools in their neighborhoods, pack meals at local food pantries, support teacher-supply nonprofits, and even coordinate teams to plant flowers and foliage in city parks and recreational areas.
We coordinate efforts in our local offices to support neighbors and neighborhoods in communities across the U.S. For example, we conducted a coat drive in our Denver office that led to a donation of 40 coats to One Warm Coat, a non-profit organization that works to provide a free, warm coat to person in need nationwide.
We also support and contribute to Cheyenne Day of Giving. This unique organization provides much-needed support to children and adults in need through a variety of independent agencies and charities, including St. Joseph's Food Pantry, The Unaccompanied Youth Initiative, COMEA, Safe House, and the Boys and Girls Club of America. We promote the organization on social media and distribute donation boxes throughout our Cheyenne and Denver offices to collect and donate funds.