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020318_Hurghada SECAP_FINAL

The Sustainable Energy

The Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan (SECAP) City of Hurghada, Governorate of Red Sea, Egypt Transitions Team Bruno REBELLE – Managing Director, Transitions Consultant, Paris, France Dr. Mohsen ABOULNAGA – Senior Consultant for SECAP CES-MED – Transition Consultant & Professor of Sustainable Built Environment, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt Emilie ESSONO – Energies Demain, France Sara ALI, Junior Research Assistant, Cairo, Egypt Governorate of Red Sea Team Participated and assisted in the preparation and data gathering of the SECAP: Gen. Abdelfattah TAMMAM, Secretary General of the Governorate of Red Sea, Ayman SULTAN, Manager of Local Council Department and Coordinator of CES-MED Project at the Governorate of Red Sea, Nasr IBRAHIM, Statistics, Monitoring and Management department, Governorate of Red Sea, Ramy MOHAMMED, Urban Development Dept., Governorate of Red Sea, Ayman MAHFOUZ, Planning Department, Governorate of red Sea Kamal SOLIMAN, General Manager, Governorate of Red Sea Mahfouz MOHAMED, Environmental Administration Manager, Governorate of Red Sea, Gerges YONAN, Health and Safety Inspector, Labour Force, Evon FARAH, Electric Engineer, Al-Qanal Electricity Company, MoERE Amr Ahmed KASSEM, Electric Engineer, Al-Qanal Electricity Company, MoERE Hany ROBAN, Tourism Management, Governorate of Red Sea Mohamed MADANY, Guest Relations, Governorate of Red Sea Ahmed HASSAN, Governorate of Red Sea Essam MOHRAN, Board Director – Marine Science HULLA & CO HUMAN DYNAMICS - KG in Consortium with PESCARES Italy, HCL Group Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) Associated Consulting Engineers (ACE) Institute of Communications and Computer Systems of the National Technical University of Athens (ICCS NTUA) The Assembly of European Regions (AER) The EuroMed Cities Network 2

Table of contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .................................................................................................................................................8 SECTION I: GOVERNORATE CLIMATE AND ENERGY STRATEGY ................................................................................... 10 1. INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................................................. 10 2. NATIONAL STRATEGY ......................................................................................................................................... 10 2.1. MAIN AMBITIONS AND FRAMING REGULATIONS ........................................................................................................... 10 2.2. SECTORIAL POLICIES ............................................................................................................................................... 12 2.2.1. Energy efficiency in building sector ........................................................................................................... 12 2.2.2. Sustainable Lighting .................................................................................................................................. 12 2.2.3. Renewable energy development ............................................................................................................... 13 2.2.4. National Transport Strategy ..................................................................................................................... 13 2.2.5. Tourism targets ......................................................................................................................................... 14 3. CITY OF HURGHADA: STRATEGIC VISION FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ................................................................ 14 3.1. OBJECTIVES .......................................................................................................................................................... 14 3.2. STRATEGIC VISION FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY .............................................................................................................. 14 3.3. GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR THE GOVERNORATE’S STRATEGY ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ........................................................... 15 3.4. CITY OF HURGHADA SUSTAINABLE ENERGY AND CLIMATE OBJECTIVES ............................................................................... 16 3.5. CAPACITY REINFORCEMENT ...................................................................................................................................... 18 3.5.1. Training actions......................................................................................................................................... 18 3.5.2. Awareness-raising actions ........................................................................................................................ 18 3.6. ORGANISATIONAL ASPECTS ...................................................................................................................................... 18 3.6.1. Organisational structure to implement the SECAP ................................................................................... 18 3.6.2. Appointment of the elected official tasked with energy ........................................................................... 19 3.6.3. Role of the municipal council .................................................................................................................... 20 3.6.4. Local and national coordination ............................................................................................................... 20 3.6.5. Involvement of stakeholders and citizens ................................................................................................. 20 3.6.6. Citizen awareness promotion plan ............................................................................................................ 20 3.7. BUDGET ............................................................................................................................................................... 21 3.7.1. Foreseen financing sources for the investments within the action plan ................................................... 21 3.7.2. Financing the SECAP.................................................................................................................................. 22 SECTION II: BASELINE EMISSION INVENTORY ............................................................................................................ 23 1. CONSIDERED SCOPE AND METHODOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES ................................................................................. 23 1.1. SOME ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE ................................................................................................................................. 23 1.2. METHODOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE INVENTORY ....................................................................................................... 23 1.2.1. Calculation method ................................................................................................................................... 24 1.2.2. Considered scope ...................................................................................................................................... 24 1.3. DETAILED METHODOLOGY ON EACH SECTOR ................................................................................................................ 25 1.3.1. Common data sets .................................................................................................................................... 25 1.3.2. Emission factors of energetic consumption (IPCC, NREA) ......................................................................... 26 WATER MANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................................................................... 29 2. RESULTS ............................................................................................................................................................. 31 3

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    tourists’ transports that current

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    3. Organization and procedures Form

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