The landmark MIDI project describes itself as ‘building a future with respect for the past’. The €450 million, 44-hectare Manoel Island and Tigné Point development is arguably Malta’s most ambitious property regeneration project to-date. The project includes the restoration of some of the most important historical monuments in the North Harbour area including Fort Tigné, Fort Manoel and Lazaretto, among others. The 30-acre peninsula is a fully pedestrianised zone, with all parking, service routes and traffic channelled underground. Tigné Point centres around a 2,500 square metre piazza surrounded by some 420 residential apartments, a state-of-the-art business centre and 17,000 square metres of retail and leisure space including Malta’ largest shopping mall.
ElectroGas Malta Ltd. currently operates this power plant that provides energy to the Maltese islands. The ElectroGas Malta project resulted in an historical improvement to Malta’s environment that enhanced Malta’s efficiency in electricity generation and reduced emissions and particulate matter significantly.