Project Home Again (PHA) is a nonprofit, housing development organization created by The Leonard and Louise Riggio Foundation shortly after Hurricane Katrina to build high-quality, energy-efficient homes for low and middle-income New Orleanians who have been unable to rebuild and return to their homes. PHA recently completed the construction of their 101st home in the Gentilly neighborhood of New Orleans. Homes built with solar during PHA’s final two rounds of construction are certified LEED Platinum. PHA is an active NSP2 partner.
MIRSolar financed and project managed the construction of 15 PV systems on newly constructed residences in the Gentilly Neighborhood of New Orleans.