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REEValue is a European Commission funded project focusing on the food, beverage and transport industries. Our aim is to advise businesses to become more energy efficient and invest in renewable energy sources.

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About REEValue

REEValue aims to enhance Energy Efficiency & promote Renewable Energy investments for businesses in the food, drink & transport value chains.

The REEValue team is dedicated to fostering collaborations among businesses in specific NACE codes within the food, beverage, and transport sectors, aiming to identify and implement energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy sources (RES) opportunities. This project involves gathering cutting-edge technical information on EE, RES, and collaboration models, connecting it with financial support, and simplifying it for businesses while studying its impact. Through our future online portal, businesses will be able to easily identify EE and RES opportunities, access collaboration models, and seek support for funding.

The REEValue project is funded by the European Union’s Environment and Climate Action (LIFE 2014–2020) programme.


REEValue Consortium

The REEValue European Consortium gathers expertise from the following nine organisations based across Belgium, Greece, Ireland, Malta and Portugal: National Agencies (EWA and CRES), Technical Entities (AEMS and UNIBS), Business Representatives (AIP, Cork Chamber, ECSLA and MBB) and a Best-Practice Case Study (Sammontana).


How REEValue can help your business sustainability energy journey:


Best practice, Value Chain and Financing workshops

Yearly workshops will be organised in each REEValue country for participating businesses. Find out the latest updates on our social media: X @REEValue_EU or LinkedIn REEValue



One to One Business Meetings

Interested businesses can avail of our B2B advisory services. We will advise on your business’s opportunities and promote project actions related to EE or RES.


2025 International Conference in Cork (Ireland)

Our conference will aim to share existing technical best practices in value-chain energy collaborations and financing opportunities as well as to allow participating businesses a space for networking.


Funding disclaimer

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Environment and Climate Action (LIFE 2014–2020) programme under grant agreement No 101119828. Views and opinions expressed are, however, those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.


Meet the team

Our REEValue team based in the Malta Business Bureau can advise on your business’ energy journey through our Energy Help Desk and connect you with existing financial instruments for energy efficiency and renewable energy investments. For further assistance contact:

Timothy Alden

ReeValue Project Coordinator

Tim is the REEValue Project Coordinator Executive at Malta Business Bureau. He leads the marketing and communications of the Energy Efficiency (EE) and Renewable Energy (RES) in the Value Chain (REEValue) project, funded by the European Commission. Her responsibilities extend to project management oversight, communications, and collaborative development of an online tool tailored for EE/RES business opportunities.


Christine Cassar

Senior Projects Executive

Christine is the Senior Projects Executive at Malta Business Bureau. She focuses on supporting businesses through trade missions, events and business-matching initiatives to access new markets.

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