Stay up-to-date on the latest news in the energy and water sectors in Malta. This is where we share information about ongoing projects, new initiatives and schemes, and more.
Launch of Third Call to support Voluntary Organisations Announced
The Energy and Water Agency has announced the launch of the third call with a budget of €300,000 aimed at supporting voluntary organisations in reducing energy and water consumption and becoming more sustainable. As of the first week of May, voluntary organisations...
Fifth call Launch for LIFE School Projects
The Energy and Water Agency recently launched the fifth call for LIFE School Projects on January 31st. The objective of these projects is to educate students on the importance of water conservation and encourage the better use of water resources in the Maltese...
MEDWAYCAP first Mediterranean Innovation Camp in Tunisia: how to foster the effective integration of Non-Conventional Water (NCWR) into the water governance system and related business opportunities in the context of Circular Economy
Exploring common challenges towards the setting up of a Common Mediterranean Policy Framework for the valorisation of Non-Conventional Water Resources use is the background topic of the MEDWAYCAP & NAWAMED Joint International Event taking place along this week at...
Learn more about the scope and impact of our different projects by visiting the individual project websites below.
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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