The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate: Who owns all these solar ‘farms’ across Louisiana? The answers may surprise you

Of the 16 solar power farms proposed in Louisiana, nearly half are controlled by an East Coast hedge fund with an appetite for solar and wind projects contained in a growing $15 billion renewable power portfolio. New York City-based D.E. Shaw Investments is supporting seven utility-scale projects in Louisiana, while eight other businesses from startups to big players — from inside and outside the United States — are behind nine other large-scale solar projects in various stages across the state. 

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