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These 11 localities around Malta are set to undergo scheduled power cuts this week
Will your locality be affected?

Emma Galea

A total of 11 localities will be affected from planned power cuts this remaining week.

Thankfully, Enemalta have published a full list of all the different localities undergoing said power cuts so everyone can plan ahead.

This does not mean that every street in the following localities will be affected by the power cuts as only the power of a select number of streets will be cut.

These maintenance works are carried out regularly to ensure that the national electricity grid operates safely.

Wednesday, 20th September:

Birkirkara from 4am to 11am

Hal-Tarxien from 7am to 3pm

Mosta from 8:30am to 12:30pm

Qrendi from 6:30am to 1pm

Hal-Tarxien from 7am to 11pm

Mellieha from 7am to 2pm

Thursday, 21st September:

Birzebbuga from 8am to 1pm

Birkirkara from 7:30am to 1pm

Friday, 22nd September:

Hal Qormi from 7am to 11am

Rabat from 8am to 12pm

Haz-Zebbug from 8am to 12pm

Isla from 7am to 12pm

Mosta from 8:30am to 12:30pm

Saturday, 23rd September:

San Gwann from 8am to 2pm

Rabat from 8am to 5pm

These are all the effected streets

If you’d like to be updated via SMS whenever Enemalta maintenance works are affecting your street, just send over your ID card number to the company at +356 79052492.

This service will only work if you already have an account with Enemalta.

19th September 2023


Emma Galea
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Emma Galea
Emma is a Gozitan writer who loves all things related to English literature and history. When not busy studying or writing you will either find her immersed in a fictional book or at the cinema trying to watch as many films as she possibly can!

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