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130218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final

Figure 3: Considered

Figure 3: Considered themes in BEI (%tCO2eq/year) – City of Luxor, Governorate of Luxor 2015 Compared to the Covenant of Mayors (CoM) recommendations for SCAPs: • Non-energetic and energetic GHG emissions for waste management, energetic GHG emissions for water and wastewater management (pumping, treatment, etc.) were taken into account as the two cities can plan actions on both of these topics; and • Non-energetic emissions of industrial activities (refrigerant leakage of buildings and vehicles) were not taken into account, as information on these topics weren’t sufficient. Note that these topics are not mandatory according to the CoM. Additionally, it is important to understand what are the tertiary buildings? These are namely all buildings that are neither residential, nor of industrial or agricultural uses. For example, stores, offices, banks, hospitals, logistical warehouse, sport and leisure facilities, and other private services buildings. 1.3. Detailed methodology on each sector An Excel spreadsheet file was created to gather all data collected from the Governorate of Luxor, specifically for the city of Luxor (administrative boarders) stating each source, year of reference and calculations made. This file allows data crunching to calculate GHG emissions from information related to energy consumption. Common data sets 1.3.1.1 Population statistics Population statistics are coming from Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS). 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Egypt 80 442 443 82 040 994 83 787 634 85 660 902 87 613 909 89 579 670 91 508 084 Gov. of Luxor N/A 1 031 014 1 099 304 1 073 284 1 088 445 1 119 000 1 141 041 City of Luxor 489 065 517 813 526 822 536 580 543 426 565 653 573 420 In 2015, the population of the city of Luxor is 573,420 inhabitants, which corresponding to about 0.6 per cent of the Egypt population, which is almost 50 per cent of the Governorate of Luxor total population. 32

1.3.1.2 Employment statistics The employment figures are typical of Luxor activities. Tourism is an important sector, with more than 22,800 jobs. So, to take into consideration this specificity, a specific part was created in the BEI. Number of Employed Persons (Private, NGO, Gov.) Manufacturing Agro-food Tourism Total Egypt (2012) 3,285,249 (2) 7,991,148 (2) 1,410,000 (2) 29,596,846 (1) Egypt (2009) 3,104,720 (2) 7,252,829 (2) 1,620,000 (2) 25,448,525 (1) Luxor (2015) 7,203 (3) 3354 (3) 22,856 (3) 288,500 (3) (1) CAPMAS (2) EGYPT COUNTRY REPORT FOR THE 2014 MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE ON YOUTH EMPLOYMENT (3) Luxor Labour Force directorate 1.3.1.3 Energy demands in Egypt per sector and energy Sector Coal Ktons LPG Ktons Gasoline Ktons Jet Fuel Ktons Kerosene Ktons Diesel Ktons Fuel oil Other Gas Mm 3 Electricity MWh Industry 300 22 1.0 3110 2299 13818 37320 Transports 5927 628 3697 286 498 441 Residential 4135 3,3 1734 61962 Agriculture 0.4 771 6310 Other 5123 86 1166 5503 37552 Total 300 4157 5927 628 4,7 12701 2671 1166 21553 143585 One of the key reports used for producing these BEI is the Energy balance report 2013-2014 published by CAPMAS (ref: EGY GEN07). One of its tables describes the final consumption of petroleum products, natural gas and electricity for 2013-2014 per domain of activity (Industry, Transport, Residential, Agriculture and others). It will often be referred to the above table in the following chapters, to ensure data coherence or to complete lack of data using national rate per capita or more adapted units (Land surface area). Emission factors of energetic consumption (IPCC, NREA) The emission factors used for fossil fuel are those of the Covenant of Mayors Guidelines (IPCC methodology). The emission factor for electricity is an Egyptian factor directly communicated by Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy (MoERE) and the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA). Table 1: Emission factors used for fossil fuel and electricity Energy CO 2eq/ final energy Source Electricity 550 kgCO 2eq/MWh Vice Chairman for Technical Affairs of the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) Natural Gas 202 kgCO 2eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines LPG 227 kgCO 2eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines Heating Oil 268 kgCO 2eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines Diesel Transports excepted 268 kgCO 2eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines 33

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