About us

It’s the perfect storm

In the last two years, we have created more data than in it the entire human history. This has resulted in new advances in chip technology and an increased number of Data Centres which then store all this data. Looking at the current trends, Data Centres will use 20% of all electricity available resulting in massive CO2 impact equal to that of aviation and shipping industries combined. Given the current fight against climate change and push towards more sustainable energy solutions, Incooling focuses on increasing the energy efficiency via more sustainable cooling practises in Data Centres where cooling accounts for more than 40% of its energy bills. It’s time to act now!

Why us

The industry needs a solution that is reliable, proven, efficient and can achieve the new industry standards.

Incooling has worked with industry leaders to create a solution that is both – innovative and sustainable.

Our proven solution is an overclocked custom-built server that can achieve the fastest clock speeds in the market and our proprietary cooling system allows for excellent thermal management allowing to achieve new energy efficiency standards.


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Incooling was founded after a joint initiative of Eindhoven Start-up Alliance supported by ASML and Philips, led by HightechXL deep tech venture building program to create strategically important ventures to strengthen region’s position in the deep tech start-up ecosystem. With a mission to cool down the planet one server at a time, Incooling adapted the unique properties of phase change cooling and created next-generation cooling systems dedicated to achieving the data centre industry's full potential.

Photo: Guus Frericks

Our Mission - to cool down the planet one server at a time. 

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Meet the team

Helena Samodurova

Co-founder & COO

Rudie Verweij

Co-founder & CTO

Jodi Moore

Office & Subsidy Manager 

Arthur Kemp

System Architect 

Markos Rikos

Mechincal Engineer

Arnaud Dartevelle

Technical Project Lead

Katerina Pali

Human Resources 

Lars Penning

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