An array of eight utility-scale wind turbines near the Louisiana coast could become the Deep South’s first real wind power installation.
As part of Louisiana’s continued rebuilding effort in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, 1.05 MW of solar capacity has been installed across six housing projects.
Students and alumni from Louisiana Tech University have partnered with a local solar company to develop a new line of solar panels that they built from scratch.
A private capital fund from SAIL Capital Partners believes Louisiana could be a hotbed for new cleantech business development.
Tie Technologies has embarked upon a pilot project in New Orleans designed to help predict when levees might fail in order to help prevent major disasters.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory has created a blueprint for greener, healthier and more energy efficient schools as New Orleans rebuilds.
The young carbon capture technology industry got a huge financial boost today as the U.S. Department of Energy said nearly $1 billion would be invested into it via a mix of public and private funds.