Read more: EEOS in Malta

Article 7 savings and projections – check them here

Roll out of smart meters

The progressiveness of the residential electricity tariff system

Financing schemes and instruments and fiscal incentives

Regulations and voluntary agreements

Public sector leading by example

The progressiveness of the residential electricity tariff system

Derived from an economic study by external consultants, the Progressiveness of the Residential Household tariff System (including the effect of the eco-reduction) is based on consumption patterns in the domestic sector and applicable elasticity of demand. The consumption patterns are obtained from metered supplies and the number of persons in households, while elasticities are validated by figures in the literature.

The Regulator for Energy and Water Services will verify the savings resulting from the EEOS.

Energy Benefit scheme, under which vulnerable households receive a direct reduction in their utility bills.

Eco-reduction scheme under which households that consume either: (i) less than 2,000 electricity units per year in a single household; or (ii) less than 1,750 electricity units per person in a two or more-person household receive a direct rebate on 15-25% of their electricity bills.

Policies for the Article 7/8 EED

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