‘Events’ Archive

Build-up Skills Malta Stakeholders’ Platform Meeting Friday, 5th October 2012

The large contribution expected from the building sector to the 2020 energy and climate change objectives is a major challenge to the construction sector and to industry as a whole, which needs to be ready to deliver high energy performing renovations and as well… Read more>>>

Bringing the European Energy Award to Malta

As part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week activities, MIEMA has organised on Friday 15th June at Corinthia Palace Hotel in Attard, an information workshop about the implementation of the European Energy Award (eea®) methodology in Malta.

Energy Globe Best Practice Week Kickoff

Energy Globe Foundation is pleased to announce the Best Practice Week on United Nations World Environment Day, 5 June 2012. One of the biggest challenges for the future will lie in managing energy issues. Industrial countries will need to optimize energy consumption, while solar energy will provide emerging countries with greater opportunities for the future. […]

Public consultation exercise: PV systems in the Maltese Landscape

In the context of its activities within the Enerscapes project, a transnational project is co-funded by the European Commission through the MED programme, MIEMA has organise on 15 June 2012 a public consultation seminar on the impact of Renewable Energy Sources, particularly photovoltaic systems, on the Maltese landscape.

ITT Cost Benefit Analysis

ELIH-Med Project: MIEMA notifies that sealed tenders will be received for: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Energy Efficiency Measures in Low Income Households Pilot. A copy of the tender document may be obtained by sending an e-mail to Brian Warrington (brian.warrington@miema.org), quoting Reference TG003/2012.


As part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week activities, the Malta Intelligent Energy Management Agency will be organising an information workshop entitled “Bringing the European Energy Award to Malta”. The event will take place on 15 Friday June 2012 at the Corinthia Palace Hotel in Attard.

Grant Scheme for Low Income Housing

As part of the ELIH Med project, MIEMA is organising a grant scheme for energy efficiency improvements in low income households.

LiMIT4WeDA at NSTF Science Expo

Malta Intelligent Energy Management Agency (through Eng. Albert Falzon) presented the LiMIT4WeDA project activities and disseminated sustainable & energy efficient transport related information at the Science Week event organized by NSTF at the Nature Park and Sustainable Development Centre, Xrobb l-Ghagin, Marsaxlokk between Saturday the 21st and Friday the 27th of April 2012.  Read more>>>