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What does KRCD stand for?

KRCD stands for Kings River Conservation District

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Before the end of the year, nearly 2,000 megawatts of additional generation is scheduled to become available: -- July 2005, the Kings River Conservation District Peaking Power Plant, 97 megawatts, near Malaga in Fresno County; -- July 2005 in Southern California, the 328-megawatt Magnolia Power Project in Burbank; -- September 2005, the 134 megawatt Malburg Generation Station in the City of Vernon, near Los Angeles; -- November 2005, the Walnut Energy Center in Turlock, Stanislaus County, 250 megawatts; -- The Mountainview Power Plant in San Bernardino, two phases of 528 megawatts each, November and December 2005, totaling 1,056 megawatts; -- The 96-megawatt Riverside Energy Resource Center in two phases, November and December 2005.
This session will begin at 10:45 am and includes the following experts: * Mike Wade, Executive Director, California Farm Water Coalition * Dave Orth, General Manager, Kings River Conservation District (KRCD) * Manucher Alemi, Chief, Office of Water Use & Efficiency, CA Dept.
Two of its current projects, the 5 megawatt CalRENEW-1, being developed under long-term power purchase agreement with PG&E, and the 80 megawatt Kings River Conservation District Solar Farm, will be among the largest utility-scale photovoltaic solar farms in the world upon completion.
Kings River Conservation District (KRCD) and San Francisco, CA based Cleantech America, LLC, today announced that they have entered into a multi-year agreement for Cleantech America to provide up to 80 megawatts of utility scale, emission-free, peak solar power to the recently formed San Joaquin Valley Power Authority (SJVPA).