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Water and energy researchers can receive up to €200,000 to develop innovative projects

The Energy and Water Agency (EWA) is issuing the fourth call of its grant scheme for research and innovation projects in energy and water, which has already invested €1.6 million in 13 projects since it was launched in 2020. The fourth call for applications for this...

Public Consultation on the National Policy for the Deployment of Offshore Renewable Energy launched

The Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Enterprise launched the first policy document, detailing the National Policy for the Deployment of Offshore Renewable Energy for public consultation. The Offshore Renewable Energy Policy seeks to enable the offshore...

MICIE 3rd Consortium Meeting: Mediterranean Island Cleantech Innovation Ecosystem

The 3rd Consortium Meeting of the MICIE project recently took place in Nicosia, Cyprus, from June 27 to 28. Hosted at the OEB premises (Cyprus Employers & Industrialists Federation), the gathering focused on assessing project progress and outlining the upcoming...

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Our mission at the Energy & Water Agency is to ensure the security, sustainability and affordability of energy and water in Malta.

 As an organisation of the Government of Malta, the EWA is responsible for drafting and actioning the Government’s national policies for these sectors, and abiding by EU legislation for energy and water sustainability. It is also our job to act on laws and develop policies for renewable energy, energy efficiency, water demand management, and the security of the local energy supply (for electricity, gas and water).

 At the EWA, we carry out rigorous research to forecast Malta’s energy and water demands, so that these are met sustainably across the country, with a focus on circularity.

 Our ultimate vision is to safeguard the long-term value of the energy and water sectors in Malta through resilient, environmentally sustainable and economically circular practices. In and of themselves, such practices promote the security of supply, universal affordability and the innovation of cutting-edge solutions to meet industry challenges in a sustainable manner.

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