‘Don't subsidise energy to those who afford to pay’: Greens sound warning on €1.5 million daily spend
ADPD says that government’s policy to grant energy subsidies to all was unsustainable, and that it encouraged waste
Geologists say ‘updated’ map is replete with errors and omissions
​Geologists have said that an ‘updated’ geological map published by the finance ministry’s Continental Shelf Department contains multiple errors and replicates...
Cheap energy politics: why Malta falls behind on renewables

Maltese governments, despite their international posturing, shamefully...

Maltese governments, despite their international posturing,...

Government unambitious, unwilling to tackle energy and transport pollution - ADPD

The Greens said that pollution is the source of many illnesses and that the government delayed action against it since it did not have an immediate and visible...

The Greens said that pollution is the source of many...

Climate change software will monitor Malta abattoir’s carbon emissions

Marsa abattoir will use 20 sensors to understand energy and carbon emissions, to keep track of electricity consumption and greenhouse gas emissions

Marsa abattoir will use 20 sensors to understand energy and...

Italy green-lights Malta gas pipeline despite uranium warning

€400m hydrogen-ready gas pipeline still subject of NGO complaint in...

€400m hydrogen-ready gas pipeline still subject of NGO...

Miriam Dalli meets Sicilian President over second interconnector plans

The data gathering process is expected to commence in the coming months

The data gathering process is expected to commence in the...

Enemalta secures substantial LNG order with ‘locked in’ price with Enel

Enemalta brokers “contract for difference” in which price for the supply of liquified natural gas to Malta is pegged against that of Brent crude oil

Enemalta brokers “contract for difference” in...

Shaping the island’s charging EV infrastructure

A rapid transition would enable a faster route towards accessibility to charge...

A rapid transition would enable a faster route towards...

Enemalta losses compensated ‘on monthly basis’ as energy costs soar

Interconnector energy price jumps from €58 to €148 per megawatt-hour in 2021

Interconnector energy price jumps from €58 to...

Radioactive alert on Malta gas pipeline: Sicily authorities proposes re-routing

Gas pipeline hits new snag as Sicilian region presents report recommending re-routing of pipeline from Gela, amidst concern on the risk of dispersion of...

Gas pipeline hits new snag as Sicilian region presents...

Malta pipeline: MEPs vote down objection to PCI gas projects

MEPs have voted down an objection filed by Green MEPs to a list of EU-funded...

MEPs have voted down an objection filed by Green MEPs to a...

New Water dispensers and network extends into Gozo

New Water network in Gozo reaches €6 million investment as more dispensers...

New Water network in Gozo reaches €6 million...

War in Ukraine pushes oil, gas prices up as Abela promises prices stability

Brent rises above $105, highest since 2014, stoking fears of supply disruption, stockpiling, and continued rise in prices

Brent rises above $105, highest since 2014, stoking fears...

Sant warns green kerosene tax punishes small European airlines

Small islands and legacy airlines will face kerosene taxes for short flights...

Small islands and legacy airlines will face kerosene taxes...

€1 million project reinforces electricity supply in Baħrija and surroundings

Some 670 families and businesses in Baħrija and surrounding areas to get new power distribution system

Some 670 families and businesses in Baħrija and...

Record-breaking results on waste in two years of reform

The achievements of the hard work undertaken in the last two years are evidence...

The achievements of the hard work undertaken in the last...

€13 million Freeport shore-to-ship power eliminates 4,000 tonnes of CO2 from air

Ship engines normally kept on for 24 hours will be connected to national power grid, eliminating 4,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide from Freeport area

Ship engines normally kept on for 24 hours will be...

Malta pipeline eligible for funding, but EU warns of exclusion for entities ‘related to crime’

EU ministers say no funds can be directed to ‘entities connected to fraud, corruption or conduct related to criminal organisations’

EU ministers say no funds can be directed...

Electrogas benefits from EU-funded pipeline as owners of Delimara plant, Caruana Galizia insists

As government tries to secure EU funds for a gas pipeline, son of slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia insists that Electrogas, whose shareholder...

As government tries to secure EU funds for a gas pipeline,...