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This scheme is now closed.   This support scheme was launched by the Malta Resources Authority (MRA) to encourage the use of roof thermal insulation material and double glazed windows or doors for domestic use.   The scheme is regulated by Government Notice 409 of 2012.  
Post date: 12 Mar 2013
Type: Link

Compelling, objective, independent research evidence regarding human health, happiness and wellbeing associated with glazing is presented in this report. Of particular importance are the findings from the healthcare and education sectors, together with emerging evidence regarding the importance of daylight in retail buildings and in providing a link to the natural world in homes.
Post date: 14 Gen 2013
Type: Publication

Post date: 18 Dic 2012
Type: Tool

Post date: 18 Dic 2012
Type: Link

This R&D Centre is a showcase of services and solutions offered by the company. It contains a telepresence room and 6 rooms of videoconferences with the latest technology of audio and video to conduct meetings, training, etc., in short to interact effectively with the stakeholders. In the laboratory of the Centre, the technicians develop and investigate the most innovative products to offer the best quality and best service. In addition the building has a BMS of high performance and great energy efficiency that helps save energy and improve the security of the distribution of...
Post date: 5 Giu 2012
Type: Caso

Aluminium is a very young metal, extracted for the first time in 1854. Commercially produced as a precious metal from 1886, its industrial production for civil applications only took off in the 1950’s. The first well-known application in buildings dates back to 1898, when the dome of San Gioacchino’s Church in Rome was clad in aluminium sheets. The stunning Art Deco-inspired Empire State Building in New York was the first building to use anodised aluminium components back in 1931.
Post date: 9 Gen 2012
Type: Publication