Bernhard seeks to disqualify Enwave on LSU energy deal

Controversy over a long-term, lucrative deal to modernize the aging energy system on the LSU main campus is intensifying, now that the university’s technical staff and consulting firm, KPMG, have recommended the board award the contract to Enwave Energy over Louisiana Energy Partners, a venture owned in part by businessman Jim Bernhard’s portfolio company Bernhard Energy.

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