Ron Galea Cavallazzi, Rya Gatt and Iana Said have contributed to a succinct Q&A on the regulation of electricity generation and distribution in Malta. The Q&A considers the specific electricity regulatory regime adopted in Malta, which is on the most part influenced by the geophysical restrictions of the country – where it considers amongst others the organisation of the market, licensing requirements, tariff-setting, and other functions of regulatory bodies.
The Q&A looks into the policy framework that the country adopts, focusing on stimulating the production of electricity from low-carbon resources, predominantly by maximizing its renewable energy potential by resorting to photovoltaics, off-shore renewables, the installation of a secondary interconnector and financing of battery storage facilities.
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“Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Lexology GTDT – Electricity Regulation 2024. For further information, please visit: https://www.lexology.com/gtdt”.