GCAL


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GCALGroupe de Croisière au Large (French sailing club)
GCALGigacalorie
GCALGem Certification and Assurance Lab (New York, NY)
GCALGulf Coast Analytical Laboratories, Inc. (Louisiana)
GCALGold Coast Airport Limited (Australia)
GCALGeorgia Crisis and Access Line (Georgia Department of Human Resources (DHR) Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Addictive Diseases)
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GCAL referral outcomes Referral outcomes, by fiscal year 2007 2008 2009 * (Projected) 2010 Agency referrals (routine 78% 76% 79% 80% appointments) Mobile crisis referrals 5% 11% 10% 9% (statewide) Intensive services referrals * Private psychiatric hospitals * Crisis stabilization programs * State hospitals 17% 13% 11% 11% * In FY 2009, about 128,000 referrals were made.
"[T]he trend constituting an irrevocable part of the industry DNA is the ability to integrate these new instruments into scalable laboratory information management systems capable of fully exploiting today's technologies and growing with tomorrow's, such as GCAL's and Benchmark's [LIMS]," he explained.
"MAEC-Kazatomprom" LLP generated 1.368 billion kilowatt hours of electricity, 1.088 million Gcal of heat energy, 292 million cubic meters of water, including 2.41 million cubic meters of drinking water for consumers of Aktau and the Mangistau region in the first three months.
All of them provide for the modernization of heating networks transporting more than 400 thousand Gcal of heat energy.
90 thousand Gcal of thermal energy was generated for the period under review, which was by 51.5%
According to the report, the Mangistau Atomic Energy Complex -Kazatomprom generated 1.062 billion kilowatt / hours of electricity and 555,200 Gcal of heat energy for consumers of the Aktau and Mangistau region for the third quarter of 2013.
He added that at the moment Bishkek CHPP is producing 365 Gcal: 110 Gcal are produced by new equipment, the rest by old boilers.
In addition, TOO "MAEC-Kazatomprom" produced around 1.059 billion kilowatt of electricity per hour and 580.7,000 Gcal of thermal energy in the second quarter of 2013 for the consumers of Aktau and Mangistau region.