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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.

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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.

November 20th, 2017

Softball fans can meet coach Gerry Glasco, tour Lamson Park Tuesday

Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns fans can meet new softball coach Gerry Glasco and tour Lamson Park at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday,... Read More ➝
November 20th, 2017

Gerry Glasco named head coach of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Softball

Gerry Glasco is the new head coach of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Softball. Glasco coached the previous nine seasons in... Read More ➝
November 17th, 2017

Oilfield innovator, physician honored as University's Outstanding Alumni

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has recognized an oilfield innovator and a medical entrepreneur as its 2017... Read More ➝
November 27th, 2017

Rock the Swamp

This kick-off event is part one of the ring ceremony. During the event, the rings will be placed into a UL-customized... Read More ➝
November 28th, 2017

Ring Ceremony

The official ring ceremony where ring recipients will be formally recognized and presented their ring by University... Read More ➝