Green House Data Supports Greater Agility, Responsiveness and Uptime Using Vertiv Cooling Systems


When Green House Data built a new 35,000 square-foot, five-megawatt data center in Cheyenne, Wyoming, they wanted the most efficient infrastructure possible, consistent with the company’s commitment to sustainability. To further their strategy for cooling efficiency while staying cost competitive, Green House Data chose a Vertiv free-cooling solution. Green House Data wanted to adopt an efficient thermal management system that would use outside air and minimal amounts of water 365 days of the year.


  • Eliminated 15°F to 18°F temperature variations in the data center, providing a consistent, stable environment for IT systems.
  • Implemented a next-generation cooling infrastructure that can support future growth without disrupting data center operations.
  • Increased efficiency and scalability of cooling systems by bringing cooling closer to the source of heat.
  • Secured a utility rebate for installing the energy-efficient Liebert® XD™ system.

Case Summary
Location:​ Cheyenne, Wyoming
Critical Need: Green House Data’s available whitespace was dwindling in their original Wyoming data center because of the growing demand for the company’s high-touch, customized IT solutions. To accommodate client growth, they built an additional data center, planning the new space based on lessons learned from the first location. 
Vertiv Solution:
  • Utilized a close working relationship with Vertiv and industry-leading engineering expertise, working closely with Green House Data to design, manufacture, install and commission a customized freecooling 
  • Deployed four 300kW Liebert Indirect Evaporative Freecooling air handler units, with the ability to add up to 14 more units to grow with data center requirements

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