Illum fil-GRTU inzammet l-erbgha u sittin Laqgha Generali Annwali tal-GRTU. Fil-Laqgha gew approvati l-kunsilliera li se jifformaw l-Kunsill Ezekuttiv ghas-sena 2013, l-membri huma dawn:
The EU's Intelligent Energy - Europe (IEE) programme has become the main EU instrument to catalyse the spread of the efficient use of energy, greater use of renewable energy sources and more efficient transport. It is part of the overarching EU's Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP).
The Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority has been notified of a number of products which pose a serious risk to consumers. The below details refer: Should your company retail, import or distribute the product in question, you are requested to notify GRTU without delays, so necessary action is taken as soon as possible.
Information and communication technologies (ICT), including office equipment (i.e. computers, displays, imaging equipment, servers etc.), are one of the fastest growing electricity end-users in the EU and worldwide. Existing technologies allowing significant decreases in power consumption are not fully implemented because of persistent market failures, such as lack of information or split incentives.