Infrastructure Malta receives six offers for cleaner air in the Grand Harbour

Infrastructure Malta has received six offers for a project to provide the provision of Grand Harbour wharfs with electricity supplies to enable cruise-liners and others vessels to switch off their electricity generation machines when they are anchored at wharfs.

On board activity will continue with electricity being provided by wharf installations. The value of the project has been estimated at €4 million.

Infrastructure Minister Dr Ian Bog said this is a further step forward for the greater cleanliness of the Grand Harbour and its tourist sustainability.

Dr Borg said the Government is working to become the first European port to offer technology for a healthier environment.

 

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