Mobility and Transport

Malta - Energy Union and innovation

Malta - Energy Union and innovation

Malta
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Country information

  • Overall country rank: 21
  • Area (1000 km2): 0.3
  • Nominal GDP 2017 (million €): 11 126
  • Population 2017 (million): 0.46
  • Expenditure per head on transport-related items 2016 (€): 1 500

Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) CEF funding

  1. New technologies and innovation: not applicable
  2. European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS): not applicable
  3. Single European Sky – SESAR: 1 project totalling €3,211,080
  4. Intelligent Transport Services for road (ITS): not applicable
  5. Pre-identified projects on the Core Network corridors and other sections of the Core Network: 2 projects totalling €41,712,681

Modal split of passenger transport

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Modal shares in % of passenger-km of passenger transport on land.
Source: DG MOVE estimates based on Eurostat, ITF, UNECE and national data, 2015.

Modal split of freight transport

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Modal shares in % of tonne-km of freight transport on land.
Source: Eurostat, DG MOVE estimates, 2015.

Energy Union and innovation

Transport accounts for nearly a fourth of all greenhouse gas emissions in Europe. Research and innovation are key to progress in this area. Member State performance is shown for example in the share of renewable energy in transport fuel consumption and private expenditure in research & development by transport companies.

Energy Union and innovation

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    Investment by transport companies in research and development, as permillage of GDP. Transport companies include manufacturers of motor vehicles and of other transport equipment (NACE C29 and C30) and transportation and storage companies (NACE H). The EU value is calculated selecting only the countries whose R&D; data was available.

    Source: DG MOVE calculations and estimates based on Eurostat

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    Percentage of electrified railway lines (out of total lines in use)

    Source: UIC Synopsis, IRG-Rail reports, national sources and estimates (BE, IE)

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    Indicator calculated on the basis of data covered by Regulation (EC) No 1099/2008 on energy statistics. Reporting countries provide additional information on renewable source not covered by the Regulation. The contribution of compliant biofuels is included as of year 2011 and only for countries that confirmed full compliance with Article 17 “Sustainability criteria for biofuels and bioliquids” and Article 18 “Verification of compliance with the sustainability criteria for biofuels and bioliquids” of Directive 2009/28/EC – only quantities of biofuels that are compliant (sustainable) are counted towards the indicator.

    Source: Eurostat

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    Percentage of newly registered plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) in the indicated year (M1 vehicles). This includes Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) and Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV).

    Source: European Alternative Fuels Observatory

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    Hours spent in road congestion by the average driver every year. This indicator assumes two 30km trips per day (morning peak and evening peak) and 220 working days. It takes into account all major roads in the Member States for which data is available (about 2 500 000 kilometres). Cyprus data includes Nicosia agglomeration.

    Source: JRC, TomTom 2017

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    Number of electric vehicle charging points per 100'000 urban inhabitants. Urban population living in "predominantly urban areas", except for CZ, LU and SI (people living in "intermediate regions"), based on the DEGURBA classification of urban/rural regions.

    Source: Estimates based on European Alternative Fuels Observatory and Eurostat