Register .energy domain name to advertise solar, gas, wind, and electric projects to the world.

Starting from $25/yr
Intended Use: Energy Companies, Renewable Energy Products, Solar, Electric, Gas Products, Green Energy Products, Energy Conservation Websites.

Energy Domain Highlights

energy domain name
Domain Type nTLD
Registry Provider Donuts
Country Not Applicable
Maximum Name Length Characters 2-63
Registration Term 1-10 Years
Whois Privacy Available
Domain Locking Available
DNSSEC Available
Explicit Renewal Yes
Auto Renewal Yes
Auto Renewal Date 30 Days Before Expiry.
Grace Period 30 Days
Redemption Period 30 Days
Domain Transfers Accepted
Authcode Available
Premium Names Available
Registration Restrictions None

Why Register .Energy Domain Name

Energy domain name proposed as part of ICANN’s New gTLD Program was introduced for domain name registration on 11th February, 2015. Energy is one of the most promising industries throughout the globe. The energy sector includes large scale exploration and development companies in the oil, gas, and solar sector. With the .energy domain name renewable energy companies working on green recyclable products, power utility companies, and energy product retailers such as solar panel providers have a new home on the web. Power utility companies, coal mining and extraction businesses, oil refineries, and energy distributors can register .energy domain name to keep your customers well informed about your energy projects. As opposed to the traditional .com domain name, .energy domain instantly reflects the business type and industry sector a website operates in. More importantly the .energy domain name can also be registered by blogs which post content underlying energy conservation and utilization. If you’re planning to build a website for providing energy utilities such as electricity or gas to households and consumers the .energy domain name is your customers go to destination on the web. If your business or trademark contains the word “energy”, the .energy domain name can be used as a perfect domain hack to register your name on the internet rather than using the generic .com domain name.