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Annual Engineering Conference takes on Energy

The future of the energy sector in Malta was the central theme of this year’s engineering conference, Fuelling the Future, which came to a close on Thursday evening with two focused workshops on the national Climate Change Strategy and Renewable Alternative Sources of Energy. The conference was organised by the Chamber of Engineers (CoE) and held at the Hilton Malta.

Throughout the presentations and ensuing debates, a wide array of issues was discussed but, given Malta’s total dependence on fossil fuels and its international targets and obligations, security of supply and finding alternative solutions which make considerable use of renewable energy sources dominated the day.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 July 2009 15:17
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CoE Conference This Thursday - Register Now

The 18th National Annual Engineering Conference, ‘Fuelling the Future’, will be held this Thursday April 16th at the Hilton Malta. You can register here or download the registration form and send it to us together with payment. Alternatively, you can also pay your registration online here.

The programme promises to bring together a number of experts from various sectors relating to Energy including policy consultation, government, academic research and Industry. Consumption and generation of electricty vis-a-vis its environmental impact within the Maltese islands will be specifically addressed.

This year's conference also includes two workshops which will allow participants to present their views in addressing Climate Change and Energy issues specifically within the local context. This will be done along specific guidelines and questions presented in tandem with the programme.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 April 2009 07:48
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Workshop on Automation
chip boardThe Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, and the University of Malta, are organising a Workshop on the Use of Automation in the Maltese Manufacturing Industry, at the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, Exchange Buildings, Valletta, on Wednesday 8 April 2008, 9am to 3pm. This full day workshop is part of AUTOMATE, a project funded under the National Research and Innovation Programme through the Malta Council of Science and Technology.  

The workshop will involve the participation of managerial, technical and business representatives who have involvement / interest / experience in manufacturing automation, from companies / institutions throughout the entire Maltese manufacturing sector, and has the objective of enabling two-way communication between the project team and the Maltese manufacturing industry on the topic of how best to advance the use of automation in this important industrial sector.
Last Updated on Monday, 20 April 2009 14:30
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Conference Early Registrations Open
Fuelling the Future logoThe 18th National Annual Engineering Conference, ‘Fuelling the Future’, organised by the Chamber of Engineers will be held on the 16th April at the Hilton Hotel Malta. The impact energy has on the environment and the cost of conventional energy and renewables are the key problems that inspired this year’s choice of the title Fuelling the Future.

The programme includes research papers on a vast number of sectors both by local and foreign researchers.  These will be presenting various positions on aspects of policy, technology and solutions that apply to the local scenario. Early registrations for ‘Fuelling the Future’, submitted by Friday 10th April, will automatically enjoy a 20% discount on registration fees.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 April 2009 14:29
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New Council for 2009/2010

Following its annual general meeting, the Chamber of Engineers (CoE) has elected its new Council for the year 2009/2010.

Ing Saviour Baldacchino, Ing Joe Degabriele, Ing Antoine Sciberras and engineering graduate Mr Matthew Galea were elected. Together with the President of the Chamber Ing. Helga Pizzuto, Ing. Ray Vassallo, Ing. Godfrey Muscat, Engineering Faculty representative Prof Ing. Robert Ghirlando and the student representative Mr Joseph Azzopardi they constitute the new council.

Last Updated on Monday, 13 April 2009 14:51
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