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280218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final_revised

If we look more

If we look more precisely and analyse consumption per energy and sectors, we realise that the main energy demand sources are fuels for transport and electricity for buildings, especially residential buildings. Figure 5: Energy consumption per sector and type of resources in the city of Luxor (2015) 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 Other energy Solar Gasoline 1,000,000 Gas-oil LPG 500,000 Electricity 0 Residential building Tertiary (inc municipal) Public Lighting Industry Transport Water, Waste Tourism Agriculture Table 5: Energy consumption per sector and per energy in the City of Luxor (2015) GWH/year Electricity LPG Gas-oil Gasoline Solar Natural gas Other energy Residential building 691 400 0 0 0 153 37 Tertiary building (including governorate) 279 17 0 0 0 0 0 Public Lighting 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 Industry 75 1 79 0 0 302 61 Transport 0 0 820 1 183 0 0 0 Water, Waste 23 0 5 0 0 0 0 Tourism 51 0 765 25 0 0 0 Agriculture 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 Total 1 127 418 1 672 1 208 0 455 98 Note that operational electricity losses (usual losses from normal operation) have not been highlighted in this energy inventory to comply with the Covenant of Mayors tables, but the GHG Protocol emission factor used considers it. 2.2. GHG emissions Global GHG emissions of the city of Luxor are estimated to be 1797 ktCO 2eq/year in 2015, which corresponds to about 3,13 tCO 2eq/person/year (equivalent to 15,300 km drive by car). This is very comparable to the 38

average emissions per capita in Egypt (3,44 tCO 2eq/person/year). Table 6: GHG emission/ year - Luxor kteCO2/year Residential building 501 Tertiary building (including governorate) 157 13% 11% 28% Public Lighting 3 1% Industry 147 Transport 531 Water, Waste 14 30% 8% 9% 0% Tourism 240 Agriculture 204 Figure 6: GHG emissions – Luxor (2015) Figure 7: GHG emissions per sector and type of resources in the city of Luxor (2015) 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000 0 Electricity LPG Fuels Other energy Non energetic Municipal buildings consumption is included under tertiary buildings, although it is detailed in the dedicated chapter and in the BEI Excel file. 39

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