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28
Oct
Hurry! Few days left to benefit from the 16c5 feed-in tariff

The feed-in tariff of 16c5 is applicable ONLY until the 31st of October. Apply now and benefit for the next 20 years. In conjunction Bajada New Energy have put a special offer of Eur 1299 for 1KWp photovoltaic panels. Hurry invest now! For more information call on 79807120

The feed-in tariff of 16c5 is applicable ONLY until the 31st of October.
Apply now and benefit for the next 20 years.

In conjunction Bajada New Energy have put a special offer of Eur 1299 for 1KWp photovoltaic panels.

Hurry invest now!
For more information call on 79807120

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25
Sep
Solar Water Heater Grant Extended

In order to further encourage the use of renewable sources of energy for domestic use, the following incentive scheme has been extended by the Malta Resources Authority (MRA) as follows: Solar water Heater (National) Scheme is being extended till December 31, 2014; Source: The Malta Resource Authority more on: http://mra.org.mt/support-schemes/2011-swh-national/

In order to further encourage the use of renewable sources of energy for domestic use, the following incentive scheme has been extended by the Malta Resources Authority (MRA) as follows:

Solar water Heater (National) Scheme is being extended till December 31, 2014;

Source: The Malta Resource Authority

more on: http://mra.org.mt/support-schemes/2011-swh-national/

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26
May
New feed-in tariff issued in May 2014

Suppliers of commercial photovoltaic installations can finally properly conduct their business thanks to new feed-in tariffs issued by the government after a nine-month delay. The feed-in tariff (the price paid by Enemalta to buy electricity from households) issued by the Energy Ministry replaced the tariff issued in August, which expired on September 30, 2013. Without a […]

Suppliers of commercial photovoltaic installations can finally properly conduct their business thanks to new feed-in tariffs issued by the government after a nine-month delay. The feed-in tariff (the price paid by Enemalta to buy electricity from households) issued by the Energy Ministry replaced the tariff issued in August, which expired on September 30, 2013.

Without a feed-in tariff, with which companies considering investing in PV panels could calculate their return on investment, the suppliers could not conclude any deals as firms were reluctant to take a leap in the dark. The new feed-in tariff is applicable until the end of April 2015, although the price will change from the beginning of November. Between May 1 and October 31, those providing electricity to Enemalta will receive 16c5 per kilowatt-hour or 16c if the installation has a capacity greater than 40 kilowatts. Between November 1 and April 30, 2015, the price per kilowatt-hour goes down to 15c5 and 15c.

 

Resource: Times of Malta Sunday, May 25, 2014, 10:42

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