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Yehuda Hayuth

Yehuda Hayuth
Senior Research Fellow and Head of National Infrastructure Project
yehuda@sni.technion.ac.il
שדרוג המערכת הכלכלית בצפון

Upgrading the Economic System of the North

In mid-2014, SNI joined a venture with the Ministry of Economic and Industrie, aimed at drafting a plan for substantial improvement of the economic status of the North. During 2015, the project was completed and a summary report, which includes an analysis of the socioeconomic situation in the north, and recommendations to realize change-generating infrastructure anchors and non-linear growth generators, was submitted to the Government.
Future Trends in Israel Seamanship: Marine Manpower

Future Trends in Israel Seamanship: Marine Manpower

About 99% of Israeli trade is transported by sea. Despite the peace agreements with Jordan and Egypt, in times of war it is impossible to rely on these bordering countries for overland trade routes, and therefore, Israel has to maintain and develop its maritime routes in peacetime and all the more so in wartime. Thus, this study focused on analyzing the needs of the Israeli economy, taking into account the expected developments of Israeli shipping and the infrastructure development of ports in Israel.
Haifa Ports - The Growth Engines For the North of Israel

Haifa Ports - The Growth Engines For the North of Israel

The connection between the port and the port city and its surrounding area is a dynamic and multi-dimensional relationship. In this review, the interaction is examined from the economic dimension. Over the years, the port served as a strong economic anchor, although in many cases the question was asked whether the port contributes to the development of the city and the region, or, alternatively, the city contributes to the development of the port and the region.
The profitability for Israel Joining the HNS Treaty as Part of IMO

The profitability for Israel Joining the HNS Treaty as Part of IMO

The organization commissioning the research is the Shipping and Ports Authority, Ministry of Transport. The purpose of the study is to examine the feasibility of Israel's joining the HNS (Hazardous Noxious Substances) Convention. The goal of the Convention is to compensate financially victims for the damage caused by spills of chemicals, gas, refined products and more, resulting from marine accidents of all types of ships, excluding radioactive materials and damage caused by crude oil, which is covered by another similar convention (IOPC).
Stratigic Development of National Infrastructure

Stratigic Development of National Infrastructure

This project deals with the design of a long term strategy for development of physical infrastructure in the State of Israel. The project is based on the findings of the National Infrastructure in Israel - 2028 study, but with an expanded, longer-term perspective.
Israel

Israel's Policy on Developing Transport Infrastructure

This research focuses on preparing a policy document on the subject of a transport master plan for the National Council for Economy at the Prime Minister's Office. The objective of the study was to assist in the development of a policy to be determined by the Government on the subject of road and rail transport development in Israel.
Green Aviation – Literature Review

Green Aviation – Literature Review

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Ministry of Transport has approached the SamueNeaman Institute to conduct a literature review of the subject of "Green Aviation".
Supplying Electricity to Ships in the Harbor (Cold Ironing)

Supplying Electricity to Ships in the Harbor (Cold Ironing)

In recent years, pressure on the shipping industry in general and on seaports in particular to reduce greenhouse gas emissions for the purpose of improving the quality of the environment has increased. In this context, one of the significant measures to reduce pollution and improve air quality at the port and around the city is to change the source of the electric power supplied to ships anchored for loading and unloading from the auxiliary motors of the ships to a power source on the shore. This process is called "Cold Ironing" or On-Shore Power Supply (OPS).
A Project for Developing an Infrastructure Corridor between Haifa Port and the Jenin Border Checkpoint

A Project for Developing an Infrastructure Corridor between Haifa Port and the Jenin Border Checkpoint

The goal of this specific project, submitted by the Samuel Neaman Institute as part of the general project, is to develop an effective and sustainable infrastructure corridor between Haifa Port, Gilbo'a Region, and the border crossing point near Jenin, adjacent to which an industrial zone and logistics centers will be built, on both sides of the border.
Issues for Formulating a Metropolitan Plan in the North

Issues for Formulating a Metropolitan Plan in the North

The promotion and positioning of the northern region as an attractive metropolis for industry and the Israeli public is constantly on the public agenda.