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280218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final_revised

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This priority action includes a 2 nd phase targeting another group of 3200 units for 1 million € investment fund. Then, the replenishment of these 2 initial funds will allow to cover the cost of SWH development in a staged approach for at least 50% of residential buildings in the City of Luxor. Energy Efficiency (EE) measures – Retrofitting building It is impossible at this stage to define what will be the average cost for one building retrofitting. This will be informed by the initial analysis of building typology and energy profile. However, a reasonable assumption would be to target 20% of building expecting a 50% cut in energy consumption for each building targeted. Retrofitting would focus beyond lamp replacement with LED and SWH installation, on optimising ventilation, promoting efficiency cooling device, minimising glaze heat absorption, introducing white roof and greenery to improve natural cooling, etc. The best option would be to set up a retrofitting revolving fund with an overall budget of 2,000,000 €. Considering that the objective would be to reach at least 50% energy consumption reduction per building. A 1,500 € investment envelop per household would ensure return on investment over 10 years maximum. This envelop covers the cost of lamp replacement (90 €) + SWH installation (400 €) + additional retrofitting activities (1010 €). The 2 million € fund allows retrofitting 1,330 units. It will require a significant scaling up after the 3 or 4 initial years of experimentation to cover 50% of the building in Luxor. Deliverables should be as follows: • Implementation of the GRP priorities; - 12,800 households benefiting lamp replacement (320,000 LED lamps) before 2020, - 6,400 households benefiting SWH installation before 2020, and - 1,330 households benefiting a more sophisticated retrofitting by 2022. • Expansion of these different programmes based on funds replenishment with a target of reaching out: - 50 per cent of residential buildings by 2030 with LED lamps, - 30 per cent of residential buildings by 2030 with SWH, and - 20 per cent of residential buildings by 2030 with full retrofitting. 4. Organization and procedures Formal approval The development would require the following entities for issuing permits, approvals and follow up process: - Governor’s approval - City of Luxor (Municipality) - Council represented by the Governor - MoERE – NREA for SWH installation on buildings, - Building permit: MoHUUD – through the City Council for buildings modification, - Operation Permit: MoERE through NREA - Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation (MoIIC) to coordinate loans and funding from IFIs. Staff allocated - City of Luxor - Governorate of Luxor, - MoERE and NREA - MoHUUD represented by city Council – Luxor 156

Staff training Governorate (Municipality) team, which will be assigned to the EAU as part of the SSEU needs to receive a proper training on several subjects: - Technical questions related EE, PV and SWH development as well as CCA, - Pedagogy and communication to run efficient awareness programmes, - Strategic Management of sustainable energy issues, - Project management. A Strategic Sustainable Energy Unit (SSEU) to be developed and established by CES-MED to oversee the training of staff and all concerned issue and ensure the implementation of the plan actions of SECAP. Role of Partners Stakeholders: - Training is also need to transfer the message of clean and Green Residential Plan - GRP to all parties involved, - The Governorate and City of Luxor to coordinate the procedures approval with different related authorities in close contact with the Governorate such as: MoERE and NREA, - All should be invited to specific to facilitate the action project to follow up the implementation upon funding. 5. Summary of related Awareness Raising (AR) actions - A communication plan needs to be developed to highlight the benefits of a new strategic and comprehensive sustainable energy (energy efficiency) mainly the GRP to brand the City of Luxor as a clean and green city including the use of SWHs to heat water and EE measures, - An adequate awareness raising actions will also be necessary to help the Governorate promote the value of Green residential plan (GRP) through greening these buildings as well as the benefit household of such move, - Awareness should also focus on the fact that Green buildings development doesn’t mean that energy will become abundant. On the contrary, such awareness campaign should highlight that combining energy efficiency with the use of SWH systems will make reduce GHG emissions and make air in the city less polluted, - The Awareness Raising Programme (ARP), would include meetings, workshops, lectures and workshops for staff and household owners and managers that could encompass several actions: - The creation of a permanent municipal information point, - The organisation of an open house, - The publication of articles in local and regional newspapers, - The distribution of brochures and posters, The distribution of an information letter that includes current events on sustainability and local success stories: • Information on national energy policies and local implications, • The prevailing energy conditions in the municipality, and • The state of progress of the different actions implemented within the framework of the sustainable energy strategy and the SECAP. 157

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