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Title: Malta's national energy efficiency action plan
Authors: Malta Resources Authority
Keywords: Energy policy -- Malta
Energy policy -- European Union countries
Energy conservation
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Government of Malta
Citation: Malta Resources Authority. (2014). Malta's national energy efficiency action plan. Government of Malta.
Abstract: Malta’s National Energy Policy (published in December 2012) stresses the importance of the efficient use of energy in households and industry and in the other sectors of the economy. It notes that Energy Efficiency deserves priority over other issues, including the introduction of renewable energy. The energy policy is built upon the same considerations as the EU’s policy for the sector. The importance of Energy Efficiency at EU level is underlined by the publication of Directive 2012/27/EC which builds upon earlier directives. The current policy and initiatives are steps leading to substantial decarbonisation of the energy (including transport) sector by 2050. The Ministry for Energy has received ERDF funding and will be commissioning a comprehensive study ‘An Energy Road Map- towards achieving decarbonisation for the Maltese Islands’. The scope of the Study is to propose scenarios for achieving decarbonisation in line with the EU Energy Roadmap 2050.
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