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130218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final

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Gasoline Transports excepted 250 kgCO 2eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines Diesel for Transports 276 kgCO 2eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines Gasoline for Transports 258 kgCO 2eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines Lignite 365 kgCO 2 eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines Coal 349 kgCO 2eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines Other Fossil Fuel 382 kgCO 2eq/MWh Covenant of mayors reporting guidelines 1.3.2.1 Residential buildings In the city Luxor, 60 per cent of buildings are connected to the natural gas grid (Governorate of Luxor), but there wasn’t any data regarding natural gas consumption. Therefore, consumption of natural gas is estimated using the Hurghada ratio of natural gas consumption per building. Electricity consumption and natural gas consumption are provided by the Governorate of Luxor (Supply and Internal Trade Directorate). No data about Solar Energy consumption have been collected, this issue was discussed with the Governorate of Luxor Coordinator and this energy source is very marginal in residential buildings. Thus, no solar consumption is considered in the BEI for residential buildings. The Governorate’s services provided yearly consumption per energy sources: Value provided Method Final value Electricity 690,697 MWh/y Consistent value 690 GWh/y Natural gas No value Hurghada ratio MWh/building 153 GWh/y Liquid gas 2,250,465 cylinder Consistent value 399 GWh/y Solar energy No value Marginal consumption 0 GWh/y *Refrigerant leakages of residential buildings have not been considered in the BEI. 1.3.2.2 Tertiary buildings and Public lighting Tertiary buildings are considered in two different categories: buildings owned and managed by the Governorate and other buildings (shops, offices, public administration buildings - different for Governorate ones, hotels, restaurants, banks and other service industries, health centres and hospitals, sport or cultural facilities, and leisure equipment’s, etc.). Public lighting is considered on its own, as it can be subject of specific action. The energy consumption for public buildings and public lighting has been provided by Governorate services. However, noting that public lighting consumption is very high due to all night lighting of heritage monuments such as Karnack Temple and other archaeological touristic sites. Consumption All Governorate’s buildings in the city of Luxor Street lighting 4,718 MWh/year 5,623.4 MWh/year For other tertiary buildings (except Hotels which are considerate in tourism sector), consumption was directly provided for electricity. For LPG, a ratio was applied considering the governorate generic data for energy consumption in “other use”. 34

Value provided Method Final value Electricity 274,122 MWh/y Primary data 273,122 MWh/y Liquid gas 113,536 Cylinders Ratio from “other use” 29,347 MWh/y 1.3.2.3 Industry *Refrigerant leakages of tertiary buildings have not been considered in the BEI Luxor is a city with very few industrial activities. Consumption was directly provided for electricity. Other consumptions are calculated using ratio from national data. Value provided Method Final value Electricity 75,060 MWh/y Primary data 75,060 MWh/y Natural gas Not provided 302,387 MWh/y Liquid gas Not provided 616 MWh/y Diesel and gasoline Coal Not provided Not provided Ratio from national data 79,334MWh/y 4,726 MWh/y Other Not provided 56,232 MWh/y Non-energetic emissions have not been considered in the BEI 1.3.2.4 Transport Governorate’s fleet fuel consumption (diesel and gasoline) were provided by the Governorate’s services and considered consistent. Volume Energy equivalent Gasoline 72,000 litres/year 662 MWh/year Diesel 1,051,000 litres/year 10,024 MWh/year The total consumption of gasoline and fuel was provided by Governorate of Luxor and it is considered consistent. Also Refrigerant leakages of vehicles have not been considered in the BEI. Volume Energy equivalent Gasoline 128,567,040 litres/year 1,182,817 MWh/year Diesel 85,948,800 litres/year 819,584 MWh/year 1.3.2.5 Waste and water management The Governorate of Luxor provided water and waste data. Diesel and electricity consumption for waste treatment and transport were provided and considered consistent. Volume Energy equivalent Diesel consumption of Waste Transport 511,000 litres/year 4,873 MWh/year 35

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