The Malta Independent 26 February 2024, Monday
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Enemalta invested €31.4 million to strengthen energy distribution system in past two years

Wednesday, 6 December 2023, 17:08 Last update: about 4 months ago

Enemalta invested a total of €31,434,374 over the past two years to strengthen the electricity distribution system for Maltese and Gozitan clients, Energy Minister Miriam Dalli said.

Dalli on Wednesday tabled a document in Parliament which detailed the entity's investment for a better provision of electricity. She was replying to a parliamentary question made by PN MP Graziella Attard Previ who asked for detailed documents related to investment towards better electricity provision without interruption.


Dalli said that the total amount invested went towards upgrading the distribution centres, the placement of kilometres of cables of different voltages, installation of new lines in various localities, new substations, the modernisation, and automation of many existing substations, among other works.

The total investment made in 2022 was that of €14,289,238, which included investment made in the Primary/High Voltage Network (€4,871,591), the Medium Voltage Network (€5,222,627) and the Low Voltage Network (€4,195,020).

In 2023, up until November, the total investment made amounted to €17,145,136, which encompassed the Primary/Hight Voltage Network (€2,737,844), the Medium Voltage Network (€11,699,762) and the Low Voltage Network (€2,707,530).

The total amount over the past two years amounted to €31,434,374.

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