The Energy and Water Agency is sponsoring the Sustainability Award under the Malta Engineering Excellence Awards (MEEA) for 2021 being organized by the Chamber of Engineers on 3rd December 2021. This award aims at rewarding private enterprises that implemented projects that have made a significant impact on energy and/or water efficiency.
The qualifying criteria for submission include energy efficiency, integration of renewable energy sources, energy storage solutions, smart energy solutions, sustainable water management and integration of energy and water (Energy-Water nexus). Projects should be tangible, concrete and well developed.

The winning enterprise will be issued with a Voucher of €4,000 to be claimed against Capacity Building in Sustainability for its employees, of its own choice.
The winning project will be promoted on various Agency platforms and promotional channels.
A tree planting activity will also be carried out with the enterprises that present the top ranking 3 projects.

Interested enterprises are invited to submit their applications by filling in the application form below in line with the guidelines provided.

Duly filled in applications are to be submitted by 8th November 2021 at noon. Applications are to be submitted online to the following e-mail address:

Further information on the MEEA can be found at:

Application Form

Award Guidelines

Past Editions

2019 Energy & Water Sustainability Award

De La Rue are the winners of the first Energy and Water Sustainability Award organized as part of the Chamber of Engineers, Malta Engineering Excellence Award. The 2019 Awards were held under the distinguished patronage of his Excellency, George Vella, President of Malta, on Saturday the 30th of November at San Anton Palace in Attard.

The first edition of this Award organized by the Chamber of Engineers in collaboration with the Energy and Water Agency saw 5 projects being nominated by three different companies. The winners, De La Rue won the category with their Chilled Water Network Project. Baxter (Malta) Ltd. submitted two projects, namely the Cleanroom Switch Off Project and the Ground Source Heat Pump Project. On the other hand, HSBC Bank Malta p.l.c. submitted another two projects to this category: RiGHT LiGHTS Project and the Water Program Project.