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The Cleco Alternative Energy Center in Crowley, La., is a working lab for UL Lafayette students who are interested in developing alternative fuels. They participate in testing and research.

They also get a chance to see, up close, how entire systems operate.

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Giant, curved solar panels track the sun as it moves across the sky at the Cleco Alternative Energy Center in Crowley, La. They’re used to produce electricity for the energy company’s power grid.

The center’s also a laboratory for UL Lafayette faculty and students.

Testing

Energizing

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Alligator fat. Rice hulls. Bagasse. These are just a few Louisiana natural resources that researchers and UL Lafayette students have used to produce power at the Cleco Alternative Energy Center in Crowley, La.

Sustainability is the key for alternative energy that can supplement fossil fuels.

February 12th, 2016

TOPS statement from President Dr. Joseph Savoie

“The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is working to mitigate the impact of the potential reduction of TOPS state... Read More ➝
February 4th, 2016

Mardi Gras parade barricades to be placed around campus

To prepare for upcoming Mardi Gras parades, Lafayette Consolidated Government workers will place more barricades along... Read More ➝
February 4th, 2016

University retains Tree Campus USA title

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s forest management and its conservation practices have helped it retain the... Read More ➝