LAUNCH OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMIC REPORT ON ENERGY ISSUES FOR INDUSTRY AND BUSINESS
The Malta Business Bureau, the Malta Chamber and the Energy and Water Agency would like to invite you to the launch of our environmental-economic report on energy in business. The launch will be held on Friday, 9th March 2018 at The Exchange Buildings in Valletta. Click here for the full event programme.
The report is an in-depth exploration of the current energy efficiency and renewable energy actions and opportunities for businesses in Malta. It highlights all the measures arising out of the highest level of energy audits undertaken by Non-SMEs, and explores the financing and cost-benefit implications of these measures. The report also examines the national and EU legislative environment, and the implications of this on businesses in Malta. The report is useful to businesses in planning their energy management, as well as to policy makers through the overview of business circumstances presented.
The report will be presented by Dr David Zahra, President of lead Investing in Energy project partner the MBB, Mr Bernard Mallia, Economist and author of the report, and Mr Daniel Azzopardi, CEO of Investing in Energy project partner The Energy and Water Agency. MEP Miriam Dalli and Malta Chamber President Mr Frank V. Farrugia will address attendees.
Following these presentations, attendees will be invited to participate in round-table discussions. The discussions will focus on what can be done to facilitate improved energy performance for businesses in Malta, considering both technical as well as financial measures. Your participation is strongly encouraged!
Interested participants are requested to contact MBB Executive Sarah Abdilla on firstname.lastname@example.org or +356 2125 1719, by Thursday, 1st March 2018.
This event is part of a wider range of activities organised as part of the Investing in Energy project, a project led by the Malta Business Bureau in partnership with The Energy and Water Agency and The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, with co-financing from the Regulator for Energy and Water Services and the Ministry for the Economy, Investment and Small Business. The event is being supported by the Enterprise Europe Network.