Paragon Europe was chosen by Malta Tourism Authority to conduct on its behalf cost benefit analysis for two (2) projects involving the creation of artificial sandy beaches. These two Cost Benefit Analysis studies were presented for ERDF funding which was successful. The value of the two projects assessed and for which Paragon Europe had to prepare the CBAs where of a total value of Euro 8 million.
Five (5) energy projects as part of the Isle Pact project (including the setting up of PV cells for a Maltese community, the introduction of electric buses in Gozo, the setting up of sustainable housing using , the introduction of ferry boats working with biofuel and the introduction of electric charging stations in the harbour cities). The projects were analysed also for their socio-economic impact and return on investment value.
Paragon Europe was engaged by an environmental organisation in Malta to conduct feasibility studies on two nature reserves.
Paragon Europe was engaged by one of the Local Councils on the Islands of Gozo to conduct a feasibility study for the development of a nature park in its area.