Malaga, currently owned by the Kings River Conservation District, is a 96 MW, natural gas-fired power plant, which began commercial operations in 2005.
What does KRCD stand for?
KRCD stands for Kings River Conservation District
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Korean Resource Center
- KUKA Robot Controller (KUKA Robotics, Germany)
- Kansas Resource Center on Autism (Emporia, KS)
- Keep Riverside Clean and Beautiful (Riverside, CA)
- Kalamazoo Regional Chamber of Commerce (Kalamazoo, MI)
- Kent Rural Community Council (now Action with Communities in Rural Kent; UK)
- Kings River Community College (Reedley, CA)
- Kingston Regional Cancer Centre (Kingston, Ontario, Canada)
- Knife River Care Center (formerly Beulah Community Nursing Home; Beulah, ND)
- Korean American Resource & Cultural Center
- Kirby Canyon Disposal and Recycling Facility
- Klamath River Country Estates (Hornbrook, CA)
- Kettle Range Conservation Group (Bellingham, WA)
- Kherson Regional Charity and Health Foundation (Ukraine)
- Knowledge of Research Consumerism Instrument (nursing)
- Kontes Robot Cerdas Indonesia
- Konkan Railway Corporation Limited (India)
- Kutch Railway Company, Ltd. (est. 2004; India)
- Kingston Radio Control Modellers (Canada)
- K.R. Cama Oriental Institute (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
Dave Orth, General Manager, Kings River Conservation District (KRCD)
Kings River Conservation District also contributed to the event.
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.
Cleantech America also recently signed an agreement with the Kings River Conservation District (KRCD) for 80 MW of solar power.
The firm also recently signed an agreement with the Kings River Conservation District (KRCD) for 80 MW of solar electricity.
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).