Energy in Malta describes energy production, consumption and import in Malta.
Malta has no domestic resource of fossil fuels and no gas distribution network. Primary energy supply of Malta is exclusively based on oil. Gross consumption has increased by 53% in 1990-2004. In 2008 the renewable energy market was at an early stage in Malta. Only solar energy and biofuels were used. The potential for solar and wind is substantial according to the EU. Energy import dependency was 100% in 2004.
In 2005 100% of electricity was from oil. Two electricity plants totalling 571 MW are in operation. The Malta–Sicily interconnector, which will go live in 2015, will allow ending the electricity isolation of Malta linking the island with the Italian electricity market.