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Now, more than ever, industry and organisation owners are looking for new ideas, proven products and techniques and best practice success stories to help them increase energy efficiency.
The increasing energy rates coupled with the introduction of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive and increasing government pressures for more sustainable and energy efficient buildings and enterprises, building owners and commercial enterprises alike will increasingly be looking for the most sustainable way forward - According to the latest Jones Lang LaSalle Survey of Investor Sentiment, one hundred percent of investors agreed that sustainability impacts their investment decisions.
Our products have been installed in some of the largest private enterprises as well as government organizations including the large photovoltaic system at MIA and at MCAST. The latter is to be the largest installation on the island to date and is expected to yield savings of 221,000 kilowatts per annum. We have also installed the biggest Solar Water heating system to date in Malta at Fortina Hotel & Spa.
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