Views
9 months ago

020318_Hurghada SECAP_FINAL

2000 1800 1600 1400 1200

2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 Agriculture Tourism Water, Waste Transport Industry Public Lighting Tertiary (inc municipal) Residential building 200 0 201520162017201820192020202120222023202420252026202720282029 Figure 9: GHG emissions in the City of Hurghada, Governorate of Red Sea – BAU (2015 – 2030) 2.5. Complete BEI spread sheets – the city of Hurghada, Governorate of Red Sea Energy consumption in MWh Final energy / year in 2015 Non municipal Municipal assets Electricity Liquid gas Diesel Gasoline Coal Natural Gas Other fossil fuel Solar thermal Tertiary buildings 273 510 29 347 0 302 857 Residential buildings 257 782 96 453 4 87 044 441 283 Industry 2 247 18 2 375 142 9 054 1 684 0 15 520 Agriculture 20 14 132 41 728 0 55 880 Transport 0 0 901 212 399 902 3 0 1 301 117 Tourism 683 082 45 716 259 258 195 850 12 388 1 196 294 Total 1 216 641 125 818 963 435 700 893 142 291 951 1 684 12 388 3 312 951 Municipal buildings 2 604 9 2 613 Public lighting 10 984 0 0 10 984 Waste 2 132 0 5 075 173 7 381 Water 2 386 0 66 2 452 Municipal Fleet 0 0 1 503 270 1 773 Total 18 601 0 6 653 444 0 0 0 0 25 203 Total 1 234 747 125 818 970 088 701 337 142 291 951 1 684 12 388 3 338 154 Total 36

GHG emissions in tCO 2eq/year in 2015 Non municipal Municipal assets Electricity Liquid gas Diesel Gasoline Coal Natural gas Other fossil fuel Non energetic Tertiary buildings 149 866 6 662 0 156 528 Residential buildings 141 248 21 895 1 52 072 0 215 216 Industry 1 231 4 637 49 1 829 643 0 4 394 Agriculture 11 3 787 10 432 0 0 74 214 88 444 Transport 0 0 248 771 102 975 0 1 0 0 351 746 Tourism 374 286 12 252 64 815 39 562 490 914 Total 666 643 28 561 265 446 178 222 49 93 463 643 74 214 1 307 242 Municipal buildings 1 427 3 1 429 Public lighting 6 019 6 019 Waste 1 168 1 360 43 19 418 21 990 Water 1 307 18 0 1 325 Municipal Fleet 415 70 484 Total 9 921 0 1 795 113 0 0 0 19 418 31 347 Total 676 556 28 561 267 241 178 335 49 93 463 643 93 632 1 338 491 Total 37

Energy efficiency - “Pick the low-hanging fruit”
one million climate jobs 2014
GineersNow Renewable Green Leaders Magazine Issue 001
EMC ON Nmbr 1_2010_03.indd - MIT Center for Collective ...
ZERO ENERGY SPACE Experience the Future of Buildings
Climate Action Plan in 2010 - Jamestown Community College
Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians ... - EERE
Amsterdam: a different energy - ICLEI Europe
Energy future of the Stockholm region 2010-2050
the ecological sustainability of europe's 2020 renewables ... - spea.pt
how to develop a sustainable energy action plan (seap)
The Irish Energy Tetralemma - Summary Presentation - Forfás
PREP 04 Sustainable Tourism - WISIONS of Sustainability
Drivers of Energy Demand Growth and Sustainable Response Options
Energy efficiency - “Pick the low-hanging fruit” - Collaborating ...
Sustainable City Partnerships - ICLEI Local Governments for ...
Renewable Green Leaders Magazine: Promoting a Sustainable Future for Generations to Come by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA)
Sustainability White Paper - May 2007 - British Precast
Energy Efficiency in Buildings - Energy Development in Island Nations
Best Practice Guide - Photovoltaics (PV) - the Sustainable Energy ...