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On Wednesday, Feb. 28, LSU welcomed Geraldine (Geri) Richmond, the Under Secretary for Science and Innovation at the Department of Energy, to campus, where she visited with President William F. Tate IV and toured LSU facilities and labs devoted to energy studies.
Though solar farming is not a novel concept in renewable energy, it is fairly new to the state of Louisiana. With the advancement of renewable resources come questions about how they will affect humans and the environment.
Highly competitive NSF Engines grant will provide up to $160 million to support Louisiana’s energy industry, create jobs and develop the energy workforce.
LSU Institute for Energy Innovation Director Brad Ives, who is featured in the latest episode of Business Report’s “Strictly Business” webcast, aims to help Louisiana chart a course toward a more sustainable future.
Realizing the potential to harness the Sun’s energy, LSU Bert S. Turner Department of Construction Management Assistant Professor Arup Bhattacharya is researching solar power farming in the state thanks to a $94,000 grant from the Institute for Energy Innovation.
Thanks to a nearly $500,000 experimental grant from the LSU Institute for Energy Innovation, LSU Craft & Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering Assistant Professor Jyotsna Sharma is leading a team of researchers that includes LSU Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Manas Gartia and collaborators at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) to develop a distributed fiber-optic sensor (DFOS) to monitor CO2 leaks and structural integrity in CCS sites and CO2 pipelines.
Louisiana Sea Grant and LSU AgCenter water quality specialist M.P. Hayes is the recipient of a $500,000, two-year research grant from the Louisiana State University Institute for Energy Innovation (IEI) and the LSU Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED).
An interdisciplinary team from the LSU Department of Environmental Sciences is helping to ensure the success of CCuS projects in the state, by using artificial intelligence to help select safe, stable sites for the captured carbon to be injected and stored.
President Biden and the Economic Development Administration have announced an LSU-led consortium, Gulf Louisiana Offshore Wind, or GLOW, Propeller, as one of only 31 newly designated Tech Hubs.
Professor Hall will lead the study, assisted by Professor Greg Upton, interim executive director of the LSU Center for Energy Studies; Professor Joanna Walker of the LSU Center for Energy Studies; and Professor Daniel Keniston, who serves as director of graduate studies in the Department of Economics at the LSU E.J. Ourso College of Business.
The mission of Katie Mehnert's company, ALLY Energy, is to accelerate connections, jobs and skills to power the energy workforce of the future and to help the gulf states across the coast prepare for the energy transition.
The power system has held up so far in record-breaking temperatures despite predictions that extreme heat could cause a crash. Here’s why.
Ives will join LSU in October from North Carolina’s Catawba College, which became the first certified carbon-neutral college in the Southeast U.S. under his leadership.
A team of LSU researchers from electrical and computer engineering and physics was recently awarded nearly $500,000 from the NSF for a project to develop quantum computing-inspired algorithms that will address optimization problems appearing in various critical infrastructure systems, including power systems.
LSU's receipt of the $5 million scholarship grant marks a milestone in the university's dedication to tackling the global energy challenge.
Industry-LSU Energy Innovation Workshops
The LSU Institute for Energy Innovation hosted an Industry-LSU Energy Innovation Workshop on February 6, 2024, at the Water Campus on the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge. Participants representing industry and academia were welcomed by Director Brad Ives, received a presentation from Dr. Margaret Reams on Environmental Justice and Community Benefit Planning, and heard from industry representatives regarding their energy initiatives. Participants took part in tabletop discussions, sharing views and identifying research needs surrounding the 2024-I (Phase II) RFP study areas. Discussion surrounding the research areas was captured in a summary report along with links to more information on LSU IEI’s round two requests for research proposals and a video of the presentations.Download the spring 2024 Recap report
The LSU Institute for Energy Innovation hosted a Co-Production Workshop on July 18, 2023, at the Water Campus on the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge. Roughly eighty participants representing industry and academia shared views and identified research needs surrounding carbon capture and sequestration, solar deployment, and environmental justice. Discussion surrounding these research areas was captured in a summary report along with links to more information on LSU IEI’s round one of requests for synthesis and experimental research proposals and a video recap of the day.
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