Malta Intelligent Energy Management Agency (MIEMA)
MIEMA is a non-profit, public-equivalent body initially set up to promote energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy sources.
It forms part of the European network of IEE Energy Agencies, having been established in 2007 through funding received from the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) programme and various Maltese public institutions.
Over the past ten years, MIEMA has implemented more than 20 European projects, all related to sustainable energy, under a range of different programmes.
Its engineers have conducted numerous energy audits and provided consultancy and advice on clean energy issues to local councils and other public entities.
Some of its projects included the installation of PV systems and energy efficiency measures in 35 low-income households (Elih-Med), the award of the European Energy Award to four Maltese Local Councils (MEDEEA), the development of energy training courses (BUS-Malta, BUS-Trainers, SEOP, EHCmap, Eneplan, Eresplan), and the implementation of a pilot smart energy grid (Empower), amongst others. At present, MIEMA has ongoing projects funded through the Interreg Europe, Interreg MED, Horizon 2020 and Erasmus+ programmes.
After moving its office from the University of Malta campus to Valletta, the management board has this year decided to enlarge the scope of the agency‘s activities to address wider environmental and climate change issues. It is also in the process of developing higher education courses on environmental management.
This PEGASUS webinar will present the details of the “energy communities” provisions Clean Energy Package, bring forward the perspective of a funding body supporting such projects and showcase microgrid economic scenarios.
A successful two days summer school took place on 30th and 31st of May 2019 in Cagliari, Italy powered by the PEGASUS project and supported by Interreg Mediterranean.
Are you attending this year’s EU Sustainable Energy Week in Brussels, then don’t forget to pass by the PEGASUS stand next Wednesday! You’ll learn how microgrids operate in practice, the benefits they may bring to a local energy community as well as the commercial viability of this new technology.
Read how MIEMA has been supporting local stakeholders in the introduction of renewable energy sources in their buildings/facilities through the RESAP platform (Renewable Energy Sources Advisory Platform).
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This webinar presented the “energy communities” provisions in the revised RES & Electricity Market directives, brought forward the perspective of a funding body that supports the development of such projects and showcased the results of the PEGASUS project along with a focus on one pilot.
A two days summer school will take place 30th and 31th of May 2019 in Cagliari powered by PEGASUS and supported by Interreg MED.