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The Renewables Council of Louisiana and the Louisiana Renewable Energy Industries Association joined together to form this statewide non-profit to support the development of a new economic engine for our state.

The Louisiana CleanTech Network works with all stakeholders to promote the growth of clean technology businesses in Louisiana and to encourage environmentally responsible economic development.

Our mission is to facilitate the formation and growth of new companies, as well as the retooling of existing businesses, to capitalize on the rapidly expanding market for clean technologies, whether in research and development, manufacturing, distribution, sales, or maintenance.

To learn more about LCTN please view our Growth Plan for 2008.
To join now please visit our membership registration page.

For information about how your organization can support our efforts please visit our Membership page. Louisiana Louisiana CleanTech Network is a Louisiana non-profit corporation. We are currently applying for 501(c)3 status.

Board of Directors
Louisiana CleanTech Network currently has four Board of Directors and a number of Board of Director nominees who have excepted nomination to the Board of Directors pending a membership election process.
Current Initiatives

CleanTech Network has been working, since January 2007, with many partners and stakeholders that share our mission. We are excited about the many successes and the current inititaives and projects that we are participating in. .....read more about our work

For more information please contact:

Stephen Shelton
Executive Director
Louisiana CleanTech Network
1315 4th St. Kenner, La. 70062
Phone: 504-343-4638
e-mail: sshelton(@)lacleantech.net

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What is Clean Technology ?


New Orleans is named as a DOE Solar American City. La CleanTech spearheads the effort to build the New Orleans Solar City team with The NO office of Recovery Management, FutureProof, Green Coast Enterprises, Alliance for Affordable Energy, and Global Green..read more

La Clean Tech is offering Solar Energy Installation training classes around the state, and is working with the Louisiana Community and Technical College System to begin a Solar Training program.

LA Senator Nick Gautreaux was presented with an award for his dedication to passing the Louisiana Tax Credit. La Clean Tech Network credits Mr. Gautreaux with being the "Father of the Solar Industry" in Louisiana...read more

Southern Building Institute is formed by La CleanTech along with Louisiana based building professionals and teams up with Texas A&M to apply for DOE Build America grant.

Global Green Holy Cross Project partners with La CleanTech to begin workforce development program for Solar Installers during installation of 5kW solar electric system in the ninth ward...read more

Louisiana Economic Development office and La CleanTech are working towards getting Solar PV manufacturere to locate a 175MW a year plant to locate in New Orleans to produce state of the art solar systems.

Louisiana Louisiana CleanTech Network is a Louisiana non-profit corporation.
We are currently applying for 501(c)3 status.

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