Due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, we will be following the recommendation of the Health Authorities to conduct our work from home and at the same time offer limited customer contact at our offices.
The quality of our service to you, your health and safety and that of our employees will always remain a priority, we therefore ask you to direct requests using e-mail: email@example.com or telephone: 21220720.
Minħabba is-sitwazzjoni presenti dwar il-COVID-19, aħna ser insegwu il-parir tal-Awtorità tas-Saħħa u naħdmu mid-dar kemm jista’ jkun, waqt li noffru servizz limitat għal kuntatt wiċċ imbwiċċ lill-klienti tagħna.
Il-servizz tagħna, is-saħħa tiegħek u is-saħħa tal-impjegati tagħna huma dejjem il-prijorità tagħna, u għalhekk nitolbu li kuntatt magħna isir jekk jista’ jkun permeżż ta’ e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org jew telephone: 21220720.
The Malta Resources Authority is a public corporate body set up in 2000 through the Malta Resources Act to regulate water, energy and mineral resources, to promote energy efficiency and renewables, and with responsibilities in the areas of oil exploration and climate change. The Regulator for Energy and Water Services Act, 2015, changed the MRA’s responsibilities mainly to registration and metering of boreholes, mineral resource regulation, climate change reporting and operation of the emission trading scheme.
Grant schemes for domestic PV, domestic wells (bjar), solar water heaters and roof insulation, and swimming pool licences, electrician’s or wireman’s Licence A or Licence B, Enemalta, Water Services Corporation, water tankers or bowsers and fuel regulation are among the functions of the new regulator established under the Regulator for Energy and Water Services – REWS. The REWS may also be contacted on 22955000.
Energy efficiency, renewable sources of energy, the water framework regulations (inland waters) and protection of groundwater are among the functions of the Energy and Water Agency.