5 months ago

020318_Hurghada SECAP_FINAL

- African Development

- African Development Bank (ADB), - Arab Fund for Social & Economic Development (AFSED), - Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), - Arab Fund for Economic & Social Development (AFESD), - International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), - Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development (KFED), - Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED), - Middle East and North Africa Transition Fund (MENATF), and - Saudi Fund for Development (SFD). Public-Private-Partnerships (available or to raise) Loans and potential borrower Lined up private investments Expected annual cost savings to City budget 10. Projected Energy Estimates in 2030 Energy savings GWh/y • Awareness raising and occupancy optimisation in diving boats • Diving boats’ engines conversion Renewable energy production MWh/y 43,071 MWh/y - 193,495 MWh/y pm CO2 reduction t CO2/y - Reference Year - Target Year - Net reduction - Percentage of net reduction on the territory - Reduction as related to BAU scenario 2015 2030 63,691 tCO2/y 4,5% 11,5% 128

3. City of Hurghada (Governorate of the Red Sea) – Priority Action # 3 for SECAP 1. General presentation GREENING HOTELS AND RESORTS – TOURISM AND ENERGY # 3 Summary of the Action Current Status – Tourism - Hotels and Resorts in the City of Hurghada (Governorate of the Red Sea) The tourism sector in the City of Hurghada – Governorate of the Red Sea, is one of the foremost sectors that urgently need to be addressed as it holds the first highest sector after transport in energy consumption 1,626 GWh/year (43%) and first in GHG emissions with 606 k teCO2/year (44%). Tourism in the City of Hurghada consumes 653,939 MWh/year of electricity, 18,000,000 m 3 /year of Natural gas, 4,986,505,000 m3/year of water, and lastly 2,238,145,000 m 3 /year of sewage water. In addition, hotels and resorts consume 36,500 tons of diesel and gasoline yearly for water heating. As for waste, hotels produce an average of 150 tons of solid waste daily, which is around 54,750 tons yearly. Waste transportation is also an issue, 262,667 litres of diesel and 14,143 litres of gasoline are consumed yearly in transporting waste from hotels. There are more than 150 hotels and resorts with many small tourist boats and yachts on their seashore. Based on a rough calculation, these hotels and resorts have 44,400 rooms at average occupancy rate of 62% lodging about 4 million (3,953,665) tourists every year. In addition, visitors from various parts of Egypt during the festive seasons and holidays as well as summer vacation and global events such as al Gouna Film Festival 2017. In addition, there are 162 tourist companies, and 28 safari offices operating desert tours as well as 96 aqua centers. The tourists and visitors are using 189 diving centres operating 451 boats for diving, 2,226 yachts, and 590 hotel buses. Most of these boats and yachts that are owned by hotels, diving centres and private sectors mainly individuals. Apart from the control systems and programmes that exist in hotel and resort facilities such as power saver system installed in all resorts and hotels’ rooms, there are few Solar Water Heating (SWH) systems integrated on these hotels and resorts roofs. Also, little measures of green building such as occupancy and motion sensors, smart lighting, and VRV systems are not used in order to reduce energy consumption and lower GHG emissions from tourists and visitors in Hurghada. Location: City of Hurghada, Governorate of the Red Sea Start date: December 2017 Project lifetime: 6 years End: December 2023 Estimated cost € 100 K€ awareness and training 180 K€ management unit for the revolving fund 1,500 K€ revolving fund for SWH system deployment and hotel retrofitting. The initial approach would be to promote a negotiation process with all hotel owners and leisure activities managers in coordination with the Governorate of the Red Sea to adopt a common charter for global improvement of the tourism sector in Hurghada aiming to reduce energy consumption, improve energy efficiency in hotel and resorts and more generally preserve the environment. The plan will be then to convert (retrofit) hotels and resorts to increase energy efficiency (improving natural venting and using LED lamps would reduce energy 129

Energy efficiency - “Pick the low-hanging fruit”
Energy efficiency - “Pick the low-hanging fruit” - Collaborating ...
Drivers of Energy Demand Growth and Sustainable Response Options
CIB W116—Smart and Sustainable Built Environments - Test Input
Passive Design in Hot Humid Climates - IBD
Buildings and Climate Solutions (Nov. 2008) - Pacific Institute for ...
Sustainable City Partnerships - ICLEI Local Governments for ...
Best Policy Practices
Buildings And Energy R&D - FLC Mid-Atlantic Region
Intel's Energy Efficiency: from Silicon to the Smart Grid (pdf)
Leaflet Eusew (carte) - 081103.indd - First
Best Practice Guide - Photovoltaics (PV) - the Sustainable Energy ...
Russia's Neglected Energy Reserves - Carnegie Endowment for ...
The Sustainable Living House Project - Alice Solar City
Module B1 Study Book - the Graduate School of the Environment
Climate Change - Yale Center for the Study of Globalization
Sustainable Energy Options - Arab Forum for Environment and ...
Cheaper electricity with renewable energy - WWF South Africa
SEN 45 pdf - International Network for Sustainable Energy