The state is not only recovering from Hurricane Ida, but also from the damaging winter storm and spring flooding that occurred earlier this year and the devastation of Hurricanes Laura, Delta and Zeta.
UL studies solar farming, despite pushback to renewable energy Louisiana expected to lose out on renewable energy job boom
Just over a mile northwest of the Cajundome is a 5-acre plot of land flanked by neighborhoods of single-family homes and a commercial area to the north — not the type of zone one would normally expect to see a power plant — yet there one is, silently generating enough electricity to run 250 homes without a hint of pollution, waste or human traffic. It is UL Lafayette’s solar farm.
The bill had already been approved by the House Committee on Natural Resources and Environment. The Governmental Affairs Committee held a separate hearing to consider its effect on Louisiana’s Public Records Law.
Lafayette police used cybersurveillance on activists, nonprofits before strangely warning of ‘terrorism’
Among the events listed “no action warranted” are the two fake Antifa “rallies” that attracted large police responses.