New Government Grants, new ways to save
In Malta, Solar Energy Schemes on Photovoltaic Panels are limited in supply. Because of that, is recommended to approfite the benefits while they last.
Those which apply for the current €2300 grant, will receive a feed in tariff of 16.5 cents/unit generated for a period of 6 years. Those who do not apply for the grant, instead, will receive a feed in tariff of 15.5 cents/unit generated for a period of 20 years.
Please note that the feed in tariff you receive depends on whether you have taken the grant or not.
If you are interested in installing a PV system in Malta kindly fill in the contact form to register your interest.
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REWS Act and Subsidiary Legislation
CHAPTER 545 AND SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
|Chapter 81||Utilities and Services (regulation of Certain Works) Act|
|Chapter 244||Swimming Pools (control) Act|
|Chapter 272||Enemalta Act|
|Chapter 355||Water Services Corporation Act|
|Chapter 381||Bunkering Fuels Tax Act|
|Chapter 419||Malta Standards Authority Act|
|Chapter 423||Malta Resources Authority Act|
|Chapter 504||Environment and Development Planning Act|
|Chapter 513||Building Regulation Act|
|Chapter 521||Sustainable Development Act|
|Chapter 549||Environment Protection Act|
|Chapter 552||Development Planning Act|
The following is a list of Government notices related to the functions of the Regulator for Energy and Water Services:
Technical Document F – Minimum Energy Performance Requirements for Buildings in Malta – (effective from the 01.01.2016)
Click here to download Part 1.
Click here to download Part 2