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- Significant additional reduction could be obtained from a radical change in waste management, drastically reducing the amount of waste going to landfill and producing energy from waste. Energy in MWh/year GHG in tCO 2eq/year Situation in 2015 Cut expected in 2030 Situation in 2030 Energy GHG Energy GHG GHG (BAU) Cut / BAU Solid waste 7,381 21,990 - 1,476 - 4,398 30,076 16 % Energy efficiency 7,381 2,572 - 1,476 - 514 Non-energetic emission 19,418 - 3,884 4.1.4.4 Budget These figures are rough estimates of budget required per action for the period 2018-2020 and ROI. Energy efficiency 100,000 € 2 years Non-energetic emission 4.1.5. City of Hurghada / Governorate fleet To be define The fleet directly managed by the Governorate of Red Sea represents around 2,670 vehicles and heavy machinery. All this equipment is pretty aged and lack energy efficiency. It consumes 1,773 MWh/y and it generates 484 tons of CO2eq/year of GHG emissions. The City of Hurghada could engage in a comprehensive plan to: - Continue upgrading the fleet management tool and invest more in people awareness in order to reduce energy consumption of the fleet as it actually stands, and - Replace old vehicles with new ones, looking for progressive replacement through leasing to avoid too heavy investments. 4.1.5.1 Expected results Assumptions: - Improved management and awareness lead to a 20% reduction in energy consumption by 2030, and - Progressive replacement of the fleet will lead to 30% additional reduction by 2030. Situation in 2015 Cut expected in 2030 Situation in 2030 Energy in MWh/year GHG in tCO2eq/year Energy GHG Energy GHG GHG BAU) Cut / BAU City of Hurghada Fleet 1,773 484 - 887 - 242 624 39 % Improve fleet management (20% cut) - 355 - 97 Progressive fleet replacement (30% cut) - 532 - 145 4.1.5.2 Budget These figures are rough estimates of budget required per action for the period 2018-2020 and ROI. Improve fleet management (20% cut) 20,000 € 3 years Progressive fleet replacement (30% cut) To be defined 48

4.1.6. Awareness campaign 4.1.6.1 Current situation Like everywhere in Egypt, there is a huge need for more awareness on environmental issues in Hurghada. It is not only good to educate Governorate staff for them to make necessary efforts to promote energy conservation and environmental protection in their daily work, it is also necessary to develop the Municipality’s services capacity to promote awareness among all stakeholders in the City of Hurghada. 4.1.6.2 Environmental Awareness Unit As Governorate staff, population and local stakeholders lack information and need to be mobilized to act on energy conservation, energy efficiency and more generally on environmental protection; it is necessary to strengthen efforts to inform and engage all the public in contributing to the implementation of the different components of the SECAP. The Governorate of the Red Sea will set up a dedicated unit, focusing on raising awareness in different public audiences to optimise the impact of the measures proposed so as to reduce energy consumption and improve the quality of life in the City of Hurghada, including proper management of energy, water and waste. Such a unit would be part of the communication department of the Governorate of the Red Sea and would be connected with the appropriate services: electricity department, water delivery service and waste management unit. The Environmental Awareness Unit (EAU) should work as a focal point to develop initiatives that will engage the public to change behaviour, to preserve energy and water, and actively contribute to the cleanliness of the city. The EAU will work in partnership with different stakeholders in order to facilitate the duplication of initiatives and reach out to more people. In that sense the EAU unit will be a key component of the SECAP implementation, as most of the impacts expected for the action plan, depend on the adequate mobilization and engagement of stakeholders to seize the opportunities offered to reduce their energy consumption and, doing so contribute to the success of the programme. The EAU will launch its mission focusing on 3 priority targets: a) Governorate staff; b) children and mothers; and c) tourist operators – to inform on issues at stake climate change, energy management and environmental challenges in the City; provide guidance to behavioural changes; and invite all stakeholders to engage in concrete actions to help reducing energy consumption, and improve the urban environment (preserving water, reducing waste and littering to promote a cleaner city), including adaption to climate change. The EAU will also develop its activities engaging cooperation with existing groups and institutions: - Spreading information and training material (posters, brochures, stickers, etc.) to remind everyone of the importance of energy saving. This must include training given by Governorate’s employees, - Develop an annual event “Energy festival or Energy day” where best practices could be demonstrated and innovative projects celebrated. Such a festival could be promoted through a large advertising campaign mobilising all traditional media but also social networks online, - Unroll specific awareness campaigns among specific target groups; • Developing a network of “Positive energy schools”, schools that will be producing more energy than they consume, through a combination of energy conservation / energy efficiency measures and the development of Solar PV on schools’ roofs. Teachers should be engaged in such programmes to use all the potential of the technical development, as support for training students, • Mobilise families through the training of women - mothers as there are often the one managing household expenses and can be the right drivers to promote efficiency, • Promoting an awareness raising campaign in mosques, developing solar heating and solar PV equipment and inviting imams to promote responsible behaviour regarding energy consumption, • Mobilise all tourism operators to explain that tourists will be more and more receptive to practices that support the energy transition and the fight against climate change. Raising awareness would be the support to gather more people, university researchers, businessmen, communication experts and local citizen groups, beyond the Governorate (Municipality) team, to work together on a broad mobilization 49

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