Green Revolution Cooling, Inc. Completes Initial Capital Raise

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Clean-tech Company completes capital raise and plans data center cooling product release in Q1 2010.

(Data Center) power and cooling is a pandemic in the world of the data center.

Green Revolution Cooling, Inc. (GR Cooling) today announced that it has completed its initial round of fundraising. The capital infusion allows GR Cooling to complete product development of its mineral oil submersion computer cooling system by the end of 2009 and have customer-ready units by Q1 2010.

The EPA estimates that data center cooling will increase from 0.15% of US electricity in 2000 to nearly 1% by 2011 as more computing resources are needed. IT research firm Gartner says, "(Data Center) power and cooling is a pandemic in the world of the data center."    GR Cooling is focused on eliminating 90% of the energy problem in a cost-effective manner.

Christiaan Best, Chief Technology Officer, said, "We are extremely pleased to have the runway to be able to solve the remaining technical issues and have a fully functional and customer-ready product soon." Funds will be used to hire additional engineers and acquire capital equipment.

Financial terms of the investment were not released.

To learn more, please visit GR Cooling's website at

About GR Cooling:

Founded in 2008, Green Revolution Cooling, Inc's mission is to reduce data center cooling energy and water use by 90% by using cost-effective mineral oil submersion cooling technology.


Mark Tlapak
Green Revolution Cooling, Inc.
5555 N. Lamar Suite# K117
Austin, TX 78751


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