Join us to usher in a new era – where our novel RDR and RDH technology will replace 100% of the fossil fuels used in the most polluting part of industrial processes with electrification powered by clean energy. Together we we can cut 30% of industrial CO2 emissions and 7% of total CO2 emissions annually.
As a company, our vision is to bring our RDR & RDH technology, world leaders and industry leaders together to meet the biggest challenge our world has ever faced – the urgent need to drastically reduce CO2 emissions.
Coolbrook Ltd. is a Finnish-Dutch technology and engineering company on a mission to de-carbonize major industrial sectors like petrochemicals and chemicals, iron and steel, and cement.
Watch the video above about Coolbrook.
Coolbrook's revolutionary rotating technology combines space science, turbomachinery and chemical engineering to replace burning of fossil fuels across all major industrial sectors. The technology has two main applications: RotoDynamic Reactor (RDR) to reach 100% CO2 free olefin production, and RotoDynamic Heater (RDH) to provide carbon-free process heating to iron and steel, cement and chemicals production.
Backed by a growing number of governments, technology partners, industrial producers and environmental regulators, Coolbrook technology is set to become the new global standard in industrial electrification.
Our RDR and RDH technology combines rocket science, turbomachinery and chemical engineering to turn some of the world's most polluting industrial processes into some of the cleanest. By replacing fossil fuels with electrification powered by clean and renewable energy, it's the only technology in the world capable of cutting 30% of industrial CO2 emissions and 7% of global CO2 emissions annually. But only if the world comes together to use it.
By joining forces with industrial and academic partners and world governments, our RDR and RDH technology can cut more than 2 billion tons of CO2 emissions annually, helping to create a more sustainable future for us all.
2+ Gt industrial CO2 emission reduction potential with RDR.
300 Mt elimination target of annual global CO2 emissions by 2035.
The Coolbrook team is made up of experts in rocket science, mechanical engineering, chemistry, and more. Together we are developing the cleaner and more efficient technology that will drive the petrochemical industry and our planet forward.
Joonas is a renewable energy business leader who is passionate about driving the global transformation to a CO2-free future. Before joining Coolbrook, he spent well over a decade leading Finland's leading energy company Fortum’s business development in a sustainable and renewable direction, achieving great results along the way. He has vast experience in business strategy and development and renewables.
Ilpo is a visionary entrepreneur and founder of Coolbrook. His education is in law, and he is focusing on the vision and strategic plans of the company . He has been involved or led several successful venture capital investments. During internet revolution, he led the development of Saunalahti into Finland’s leading internet- and telecom company culminating in the IPO and later sale of the company in 2005 for €350m.
Senior Vice President
MSc (Econ.) Before entering petrochemical field, Harri had an extensive experience from telecom industry and technology start-ups. In 2012, he joined Coolbrook and has since led the development work of RDR technology while creating vast partner network for the company. Doing this he got to know petrochemical industry in depth.
Chief Technology Officer
As a Chief Technology Officer Reetta is to be responsible for overseeing the continued development of RDR and RDH technologies to maximise their effectiveness for the petrochemical, steel and cement clients as Coolbrook prepares for commercial application. Prior to joining Coolbrook, Reetta worked as the Director of Sustainable Fuels and Environment at Wärtsilä Energy.
Mikko will ensure Coolbrook’s financial strategies and policies support its fast growing global partnerships and commercial relationships. Prior to joining Coolbrook, he led financial sector risk management and business operations development at Neste, a global leader in renewable and circular solutions. He is an expert on funding strategy and business development in the world of green finance.
Lic.Tech (Chem.Eng) Veli-Matti Purola has +30 years of indepth experience gained in process design of petrochemical and refinery processes in Neste Engineering Solutions and has been involved with RDR technology from 2011.
Senior Process Development Expert
Ph.D. (Chem.Eng) Ouni is in charge of the chemical process and analytical system development of RDR technology. Prior to joining Coolbrook, he was Group Expert of Hydrocarbon Technologies at Borealis Polymers. Ouni has almost two decades of experience in process development engineering.a
Has been responsible for several technical projects in Baikonur, the Russian spaceport. He was responsible of RDR proof of concept testing under inventor Mr. Bushujev. He is responsible of design, manufacturing and assembly of RDR Powertrain at Coolbrook.
Senior Expert, Process Development
Ph.D. (Chem.Eng) Elina Nauha participates in the process development of RDR technology with focus on modeling. Prior to joining Coolbrook, she worked as a process modeling expert at Neste Engineering Solutions in projects ranging from the energy optimization of existing petrochemical and refinery processes to the concept development of novel renewable processes.
Ph.D. (Chem.Eng) Denis Semenov worked for Neste 7 years before joining Coolbrook at the end of 2018. He is working under CTO and is responsible for 3D modelling of RDR and simulations, and is involved in material selection of different parts of RDR.
Senior Expert, Process Control
Ph.D. (Chem.Eng) Vermasvuori has more than 20 years of experience in process control and optimization. Prior to joining Coolbrook, he has worked in several roles in the academic world, at an engineering company, and in olefin production at Borealis Polymers Porvoo site.
The RDR -reactor was originally invented by a hydrodynamic expert engineer, Mr. Bushujev. He played a vital role in the space race to the Moon and developed solutions for various needs for the Soviet space industry from 60s to 80s.
Our RDR and RDH technology has the power to help the EU, governments and petrochemical, steel, iron and chemical producers to cut 1 billion tons of CO2 annually. But we cannot do it alone. We are already partnering with some of the world’s leading academic institutions and experts to validate and further develop the RDR and RDH technology and make this vision a reality for us all.
Professor, University of Cambridge
Ph.D. (Turbomachinery) Liping Xu is a University Lecturer in Turbo machinery in Cambridge University. He has infinite knowledge about turbo machinery and vast contacts inthe industry. He is responsible for the RDR computer designs at Coolbrook.
Professor, Oxford University
Ph.D. (Aerospace Engineering) Budimir Rosic has been the main designer of CFD model for RDR technology and has a long career in top universities. He has won four ASME best paper prizes in the last 5 years and has won the prestigious ASME Gas Turbine Award twice.
Professor, University of Ghent
Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering) Kevin Van Geem is a member of the Laboratory for Chemical Technology of Ghent university. Thermochemical reaction engineering in general and inparticular the transition from fossil to renewable resources are his main research interests.te
B.Sc. (Process Engineering) Kari Enqvist has been working in Borealis and Neste before starting his own consultancy Company ENQ-Consultancy. His main expertise is in furnace technology, boiler technology and boiler feed water chemistry related services.
Our board of directors brings decades of combined experience, deep expertise and a proven track record of business leadership in a range of demanding fields.
Ilpo is a visionary entrepreneur and founder of Coolbrook. His education is in law, and he is focusing on the vision and strategic plans of the company . He has been involved or led several successful venture capital investments. During internet revolution, he led the development of Saunalahti into Finland’s leading internet- and telecom company culminating in the IPO and later sale of the company in 2005 for €350m.t
MBA from Harvard, MSc (Finance), MSc (Econ.), Eugene Jaffe has over 25 years of international top management, investment banking and private equity experience. Recently he has worked as CEO of Neqsol (2016-2018) and CEO & Chairman of Salford Capital partners (2001-2015). He has successful proven track record from entrepreneurship, leadership of large complex businesses, deal making, execution and value creation for shareholders.k
Board Member - Coolbrook
M.Sc. in Engineering Physics. Anders Borg spent almost a decade at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR), where he was a Managing Director responsible for the Nordic Region and also deeply involved in the company’s ESG task force. Mr.Borg is currently a private investor focusing solely on the industrial climate tech industry. Prior to KKR, he was a partner at TDR Capital and a consultant at Bain & Company. Recent board engagements include Chairman of Valinge Group, and director at Visma, Mehilainen, and Nordic Bioscience.
M.Sc. (industrial engineering & management, computer science and mechanical engineering) Räisänen is an advisor for global private equity funds, a management consultant for global industrial companies, an angel investor, an entrepreneur and a board professional. He has more than thirty years of international experience. Juha has served as Senior Vice President at multiple global companies: Aliaxis, Kone, SanDisk, Nokia and ICL-Fujitsu
LL.M, Attorney-at-Law. Alexander has strong background in corporate law, advocacy and entrepreneurship and has a long experience working in the largest law firms in Finland.