MIEMA organises European Sustainable Energy week in Malta and Brussels

Tuesday, 26 Jun 2012, 17:52


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The European Sustainable Energy week  - EUSEW 2012 was launched by the Malta Intelligent Energy Management Agency (MIEMA) on June 15. The Maltese organization was active organising EUSEW 2012, both in Malta as well in Brussels. 

A public consultation seminar on the impact of PV systems on the Maltese landscape was held in the context of the EU-funded Enerscapes project. Another information workshop was then organized on the adaptation and implementation in Malta of the European Energy Award (eea®) methodology that supports municipalities’ efforts towards energy sustainability. The update of the eea® in Malta is facilitated and supported by MIEMA as part of the MEDEEA transnational project funded by the EU under the MED programme. 

The work undertaken and progress achieved in respect to this latter project was also presented in Brussels on the 21 June, when representatives of MIEMA, as well as of Senglea and Marsaskala local councils participated in a networking event dedicated to promoting the MEDEEA project amongst key stakeholders at European level and exchange experience. A number of EU officials were also present at the event.  

MIEMA shall also be participating in the Local Councils Association Energy Seminar to be held on the 7 July 2012 at the Millenium Building in Ta’ Qali.

For more information about MIEMA’s activities and projects, including on the European Energy Award, please visit its website

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