Green House Data is a data center services provider headquartered in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Cheyenne is home to a campus with 45,000 square feet of data center space, administrative and technical support offices. The company has additional data center locations in Washington, Oregon, New Jersey, and New York, with sales and marketing offices in Laramie and in Denver, Colorado. In 2007, three friends hatched the idea for a data center powered exclusively by renewable energy over coffee and soon after began the process of retrofitting a former office building to provision 3000 square feet of colocation space. By March 2012, Green House Data had doubled the footprint in the Cheyenne location, added cloud hosting products, and expanded its footprint to the west coast. In December 2013, an east coast expansion was announced, and by August 2013, the company had broken ground on a new facility in Cheyenne. The second Cheyenne location officially opened on July 30, 2014. In September 2014, 1547 Critical Systems Realty and Green House Data announced that the company would be an anchor tenant in a redevelopment at 1 Ramland Road in Orangeburg, New York. In April 2015, the company acquired FiberCloud, a Seattle, WA based provider of colocation, cloud hosting, and other data center services. With this acquisition, Green House Data added three data centers in Washington state, as well as nearly 20 employees and several hundred customers.