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130218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final

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- Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED), - Middle East and North Africa Transition Fund (MENATF), and - Saudi Fund for Development (SFD). 10. Projected Energy Estimates in 2020 (or other set target) - Lamp replacement by LED Energy reduction 10% per housing unit: 783 kWh/y - SWH installations Energy reduction 30% per housing unit: 3,496 kWh/y* - Housing retrofitting Energy reduction 60% per housing unit: 4,690 kWh/y* Renewable energy production MWh/y* * Energy production from SWH can be counted either as electricity / energy consumption substitution (reduction) or as additional renewable energy production, but it can’t be counted twice. 62,483 MWh/y 167,388 MWh/y 149,705 MWh/y 278,388 MWh/y CO 2 reduction t CO 2/a - Reference Year - Target Year - Net reduction (kteqCO 2/y) - From electricity consumption reduction / substitution 164,322 teqCO 2/y - From natural gas consumption reduction / substitution 9,201 teqCO 2/y - From LPG cylinders consumption reduction / substitution 24,342 teqCO 2/y - Reduction as related to BAU scenario for residential buildings (%) - Reduction as relation to global emission in 2030 (BAU) 2015 2030 197, 865 tCO 2eq/y 39% 12% 160

City of Luxor (Governorate of Luxor) – Priority Action # 4 for SECAP 1. General presentation 4. Greening Hotels and Resorts # 4 Summary of the Action Current Status – Tourism: Hotels and Resorts in the City of Luxor Tourists’ frequentation stabilized around 206,966 visitors in 2015. The tourism sector in the city of Luxor is one of the foremost sectors that greatly need to be addressed. It holds the third position in energy consumption with 17 per cent translated to 842 GWh/year of the total of 4,938 GWh/year. Also, it is measured third in GHG emissions with 17 per cent translated to 296 ktCO 2eq/y of the total city emission of 1,758 ktCO 2eq/yr. There are 38 hotels in the city representing 7,600 rooms. Most of them are located on the east bank of Nile river. There are also 275 floating hotels representing 16,000 rooms. It should be noted that there are hotels are poorly equipped in renewable energy. Only very few SWH were installed. There are various ways of tourist transportation such as boats, cars, buses…etc. The number of tourist’s boats in the City of Luxor is 253 boats, of which 112 only are in operation (2016) consuming 13,000 litres/ journey up to Aswan and back to Luxor. There are also 155 boats small boats traveling between the west and east banks in the City of Luxor with an average fuel consumption of 20 litres per day. Tourism in the City of Luxor consumes 51,464 MWh/year (27,191 MWh/year from hotels, and 24,273 MWh/year from tourist attraction such as heritage sites). Last but not least hotels produce an average of 38 tons of solid waste daily (13,870 tons/y). The current situation in the City of Luxor indicates that heritage sites and tourist areas would be affected by air pollution due to fossil fuel consumption. This priority action plan is to promote energy efficiency in hotels and resorts and to develop as far as possible renewable energies to cover their needs in heat and electricity. The City of Luxor - Governorate of Luxor has the desire to holistically solve the challenges facing the city by promoting sustainable and green tourism through developing a comprehensive “Sustainable and Green Tourism Plan” (SGTP). The SGTP should integrate new sustainability measures and technologies to green tourism in the city with a major focus on hotels and resorts. General Objectives of the project Location: City of Luxor, Governorate of Luxor Start date: December 2017 Project lifetime: 5 years End: December 2022 Estimated cost € Technical support 30 K€ Awareness 150 K€ Management Unit 250 K€ Investment 1,000 K€ Status of the Action: 161

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