Project AEGLE prize ceremony at APS Bank
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Project AEGLE prize ceremony at APS Bank

From left: Adrian Muscat (jury, collaborator), Hervé Delpech (APS Bank), Slobodan Savic, Luke Psaila, Geoffrey Debono (Debono Group), Therese Bajada, Nicoletta Moss (Project Aegle Foundation), Franco Azzopardi (Express Trailers), Michael Mallia (jury, collaborator), Maria Attard (jury, collaborator) and Ranier Fsadni (jury, collaborator).

From left: Adrian Muscat (jury, collaborator), Hervé Delpech (APS Bank), Slobodan Savic, Luke Psaila, Geoffrey Debono (Debono Group), Therese Bajada, Nicoletta Moss (Project Aegle Foundation), Franco Azzopardi (Express Trailers), Michael Mallia (jury, collaborator), Maria Attard (jury, collaborator) and Ranier Fsadni (jury, collaborator).

Participants of the competition organised by Project AEGLE, themed ‘Towards sustainable mobility’, together with members of the jury and sponsors, got together at APS Bank in Swatar for a prize-giving ceremony.

Nicoletta Moss, project manager for Project AEGLE, said the team was overwhelmed by the number and quality of the contributions they received, thanking all the participants, sponsors and jury.

Ranier Fsadni, who represented the jury, announced the three winners who received a certificate and a financial reward. 

A platform where people from all walks of life can share their knowledge and propose ideas

The evening went on as a social gathering, creating opportunities for the exchange of ideas and networking between people sharing the same objective of enhancing the quality of life through improved mobility.

The top prize of €1,000 went to Luke Psaila. His idea revolved around ‘urban rooms’. The second prize of €500 went to Slobodan Savic’s idea of introducing parking charges. The third prize of €300 went to Therese Bajada’s proposal, called ‘Petals’.

Project Aegle is a non-profit initiative with the mission to advance quality of life through improved mobility. The project brings together a mix of collaborators hailing from academia, business and civil society at large – united by a love for Malta. The main aim is to provide a platform where people from all walks of life can share their knowledge and propose ideas and solutions that will result in better and improved mobility.

http://projectaegle.com.mt/

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