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130218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final

- Abu Dhabi Fund for

- Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), - Arab Fund for Economic & Social Development (AFESD), - International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), - Khalifa Fund For Enterprise Development (KFED), - Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED), - Middle East and North Africa Transition Fund (MENATF), and - Saudi Fund for Development (SFD). Public-Private-Partnerships PPP (available or to raise) Loans and potential borrower Innovative funding: An option would be to generate carbon credit from the engine conversion and market these credit on the voluntary market where climate dedicated supporters can by such voluntary credit at 25 €/ton (maximum). Due to the significant CO 2 reduction caused by this action, it would be interesting to explore mobilising a carbon fund that would by carbon credit generated by this priority action. At 25 €/t (on a climate dedicated voluntary market) this mechanism would generate 2.3 m€ per year offering a very interesting payback rate. 10. Projected Energy Estimates in 2030 Energy savings GWh/y - Fleet occupancy optimisation generates 30% cuts - There is no real energy saving due to engine conversion Renewable energy production MWh/y (Solar PV on boats) 229,469 MWh/y 990 MWh/y CO 2 reduction t CO 2eq/y - Reference Year - Target Year 2015 2030 - Net reduction by 2030 61,498 from occupancy optimisation 31,704 from engine conversion 93,202 t CO 2eq/y - Reduction as related to BAU scenario of tourism sector 30% 146

City of Luxor – Governorate of Luxor Priority Action # 3 for SECAP 1. General presentation 3. Green Residential Buildings Plan # 3 Summary of the Action Residential Buildings in the City of Luxor The residential buildings’ sector in the City of Luxor is the second highest sector in terms of energy consumption (25% and 1,243 GWh/y) and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (31% and 501 kteqCO 2/y). The Luxor Electricity Distribution Company (LEPCo) distributes the electricity used in residential buildings. The City of Luxor counts with 159,604 residential units (2005 reference). The residential buildings consume a total of 690,697 MWh of electricity annually, with a connection rate of 100%. Natural gas consumption of the sector reaches 147 m 3 /building with an annual consumption of 2,250,465 LPG cylinders and a connection rate of 60% (more connections are underway), whereas tertiary buildings consume 70,680 cylinders/ year. Action Summary The City of Luxor wants to move forward to holistically solve the challenges to be faced in the residential sector by adopting the “Green Residential Plan” (GRP) promoting a sustainable approach in residential buildings combining energy efficiency and renewable energy development – solar PV and SWH systems. Location: City of Luxor Start date: December 2017 Project lifetime: 5 years End: December 2022 Estimated cost € Technical expertise 30,000 € Revolving funds - Management cost 500 K€ - Lamps replacement 1,152 K€ - SWH development 2,000 K€ - Building retrofitting 2,000 K€ The Action Plan #3 is to green the Building sector in the City of Luxor. General Objectives of the project The Green Residential Plan aims to reduce energy consumption and GHG emissions through an awareness programme to enhance users’ behaviours on the saving tools and methods and a major investment plan to improve building energy efficiency. This action is also designed to promote renewable energy sources: solar PV and solar water heating (SWH). SWH systems will avoid using electricity to warm water, which is not efficient and very costly when the sun is available at no cost. Status of the Action: • New • Planned • Following previous action. The necessary awareness plan can be unrolled in phases focusing on 2 priority targets - Governorate staff and building users (including mothers and children) to: • Inform on issues related to energy management and climate change, • Provide guidance to behavioural changes to reduce energy consumption, 147

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