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130218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final

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Successful projects in national and foreign municipalities, notably in municipalities that are members of the Covenant of Mayors (CoM). 6. Assumptions and risks - Considering the time to change the mind set of building users which may take time, - It will take a smart concept to engage the public in collective actions that will generate individual benefits (saving money from their own budget through reduced energy and water consumption) as well as global impact (reducing dependency on imported oil and mitigating climate change, etc.), - The main constraints of such a plan will be the mobilisation of appropriate resources to fund renovation programmes, as in many cases house owners will not have the fund to invest at the appropriate level. This is why such a programme requires a partnership between the Governorate (Municipality) offering the guarantee that retrofitting will result in actual energy bill reduction, and the bank providing the funds or with MoERE and NREA to promote GRP, mainly EE measures, LED lamps and SWHs, and - The absence of a maintenance plan could reduce the efficiency of the installed SWH systems, thus it is vital to ensure good performance of SWH. 7. Key success factors • The Governor’s vision for promoting Sustainable Energy (RE and EE) in the city Luxor and Governor of Luxor to be Green city is of a vital success factor, • The Governor of Luxor determination to seriously act on the energy issue in this sector, is obviously a vital element to the success of this action success, • The approach and development of GRP to be part of the Governorates’ vision and strategy, hence would assist in reducing the annual consumption of non-clean energy and in greening the city, • Cost of new energy tariff means that any saving will be a significant value and great savings, • The action plan is divided in two phases to make the investment visible and implementation easier, • Raised capacity of Governorate staff for implementation would assist in smoothly be an added value, • Any reduction in the usage of fossil fuels will be great success due to its huge usage annually, and • Organize a proper maintenance system in order to ensure adequate flow of hot water from the SWH systems, yields securing interesting enough Return on Investment (R.o.I.), 8. Cost estimates Technical expertise and support for designing the Green Residential Plan – GRP Revolving funds (established based on an initial grant from an external source) - Management cost (100K€ /year over five years) - Lamp replacement by LED (revolving fund with no interest) - SWH installations (revolving fund with no interest) - Housing retrofitting (revolving fund with no interest) Approximate annual energy saving / housing unit (average) 30,000 € 500,000 € 1,152,000 € 2,000,000 € 2,000,000 € 2030 onwards according to targets (% of all 158

- Lamp replacement by LED 10% 783 kWh/y = 579 EGP/y = 28 € /y - SWH installations 30% 3496 kWh/y = 2,587 EGP/y = 126 €/y - Housing retrofitting 60% 4690 kWh/y = 3,471 EGP/y = 167 €/y Return on Investment (draft calculation) - Lamp replacement by LED - SWH installations - Housing retrofitting buildings) 2,234,000 € (50%) 6,033,000 € (30%) 5,331,000 € (20%) 3,5 year 2,5 year 10 years 9. Available and foreseen sources of funding to be developed Local authority's own resources: International Financial Institutions 64 : - The World Bank (WB), - United Nations Development Program (UNDP), - European Commission (EC), - European Investment Banks (EIB), - European Bank for Reconstruction Development a (EBRD), - French Development Agency (AFD), - United States Agency for International Development (USAID), - Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau (kfW), - German Technical Cooperation (GIZ), - Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), - OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID), - Islamic Development Bank (IDB), - African Development Bank (ADB), - Arab Fund for Social & Economic Development (AFSED), - 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), National Funds and Programs EU Funds & Programs and other external funds 64 The Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation, MoIIC – Available at: http://www.miic.gov.eg/Front/Cooperation/DevPartnerList.aspx/ (Accessed on: 14.08.2017) 159

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