Energy demand up by 19% since 2013, Electrogas providing half of energy needs
A recently published annual report by the Regulator for Energy and Water Services found that energy demand has shot up by 19% between 2013 and 2018
Gozo solar farm could power 150 households
An agricultural area in Gozo’s Ghajnsielem, the size of Floriana’s granaries, is being earmarked for the construction of greenhouses with solar panels
Aggressive leak controls offset increased demand for water

The Water Services Corporation’s annual report has revealed a spike in...

The Water Services Corporation’s annual report has...

Next government will see electricity prices rise again

The expiry of the gas hedging agreement and ETS carbon prices will raise...

The expiry of the gas hedging agreement and ETS carbon...

Population growth in Malta is thwarting 10% renewable energy target by 2020

Malta will not reach 2020 target for renewable energy consumption as higher buildings throw shade on solar energy efforts

Malta will not reach 2020 target for renewable energy...

More water needed to quench increased population

Malta will need to produce less water than in 1996 when most of the water...

Malta will need to produce less water than in 1996 when...

Is the interconnector cheaper than gas? Five questions on the NAO’s price comparison

How Enemalta answered to the price comparison by the Auditor General on energy from gas versus the Malta-Italy interconnector

How Enemalta answered to the price comparison by the...

3,000 people had electricity disconnected in 2017

Report shows that disconnections decreased from over 11,700 in 2016 to 3,000 in...

Report shows that disconnections decreased from over 11,700...

[WATCH] Electrogas: Mizzi strikes triumphant note, ‘I have no connection to 17 Black or Macbridge’

“The report now discredits the Opposition’s allegations on corruption in the process”, said tourism minister Konrad Mizzi

“The report now discredits the Opposition’s...

Works to start on Gozo reverse osmosis and ‘new water’ network for south of Malta

WSC chief executive Richard Bilocca says water supply in Gozo will be “second to none” 

WSC chief executive Richard Bilocca says water...

Gozo new water suspended due to illegal sewage dumping

Water Services says illegal sewage can put the corporation’ workers at...

Water Services says illegal sewage can put the...

Solar farm policy scheme renewed following encouraging initial uptake

112 megawatts of photovoltaic panels had been installed by the end of 2017,...

112 megawatts of photovoltaic panels had been installed by...

Over 22 million litres of water saved after warning customers of leaks

Millions of litres of water were saved in 2017 thanks to over 2,000 letters sent across Malta and Gozo warning customers of possible leakages in their...

Millions of litres of water were saved in 2017 thanks to...

Major sewage upgrade allows live monitoring of wastewater

Expansion of ‘new water’ supply to south of Malta will see treated...

Expansion of ‘new water’ supply to south of...

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How energy consumption near tariff band is costing households more

MaltaToday considered three distinct hypothetical scenarios for a...

MaltaToday considered three distinct hypothetical scenarios...

Groundwater extraction data reveals major discrepancy

Hydrologist Marco Cremona says massive discrepancy of new data compared to...

Hydrologist Marco Cremona says massive discrepancy of new...

ElectroGas defends Delimara project over suggestions of ‘unusual’ SOCAR gas procurements

Maltese consortium supplying LNG to Delimara plant says project has been highly scrutinised by European Commission

Maltese consortium supplying LNG to Delimara plant says...

Over 60,000 cubic metres of water extracted from two boreholes in 2017

A staggering 67,735 cubic metres was being extracted from one borehole, according to a survey of 460 metered boreholes carried out in 2015

A staggering 67,735 cubic metres was being extracted...

Water-scarce Malta needs recycling solution expert says, but food safety commission disagrees

Hydrologist Marco Cremona rebuts Food Safety Commission's opposition to invention that turns treated sewage into water for reuse

Hydrologist Marco Cremona rebuts Food Safety...

Incineration: the monster lurking in the shadows of Malta’s half-baked waste management policies

Don’t celebrate incineration. Malta wasted too much time to avoid incineration. JAMES DEBONO asks whether ‘feeding the monster’ derails real...

Don’t celebrate incineration. Malta wasted too much...