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Perry Lev-On

Israel Greenhouse Gases Reporting and Registration System

Israel Greenhouse Gases Reporting and Registration System

Climate change is receiving worldwide attention in light of its environmental, economic, and social implications for the developing and developed world. The Israeli government recognizes the importance of taking steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and acts accordingly.
Collaboration with the Standards Institution of Israel

Collaboration with the Standards Institution of Israel

As part of the work with the Israeli Standards Institution, the Energy and Environment Team at the Neaman Institute completed in the beginning of 2012 documents that are supposed to assist the Institution in presenting the Voluntary Greenhouse Gas Registration and Reporting Scheme in Israel to organization in the county and the world.
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Israel's Role in The Global Bio-Ethanol Market - National Planning and Policy

Biofuels originating from agricultural products are one of the “hottest” issues in the global energy and commodity markets. The political and economical implications of biofuels are significant, especially for industrialized countries, which consume and engage in commerce with energy resources.
Energy Efficiency in the Milking Center of Ein Harod Ihud

Energy Efficiency in the Milking Center of Ein Harod Ihud

The goal of this project was to examine means for the reduction of energy use or lowering energy costs in milking centers, and to propose measures that will include energy savings based on electricity and fuel consumption with a possible addition of solar energy, while meeting economical benefit criteria.
Preparation of Israel to Post-Kyoto Discussions and GHG Emissions Reduction

Preparation of Israel to Post-Kyoto Discussions and GHG Emissions Reduction

The goal of this project was to provide the Ministry of Environmental Protection with a tool for negotiations in Israel and in the international arena after the COP 15, held on December 2009 at Copenhagen, and, in addition, a development of an operational and economic plan for GHG emission reduction
National Plan for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

National Plan for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

During 2010, the Energy and Environment team at the Samuel Neaman Institute has served as an advisor and integrator to the Inter-ministerial Committee for the Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases, headed by Ministry of Finance director general, Mr. Haim Shani.
  מוסד שמואל נאמן -היבטי סביבה של סקטור הגז טבעי

Environmental aspects of the natural gas sector

The project includes a number of works carried out for the Ministry of Environmental Protection to examine the environmental effects of natural gas as a leading source of alternative transportation fuels, instead of oil.
Gas Emissions Reporting and Registration System in Israel: Summary of Reports for 2017

Gas Emissions Reporting and Registration System in Israel: Summary of Reports for 2017

July, 2019
65 companies and organizations submitted their reports to the Voluntary GHG Registry in 2017 to the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
A Comparative Study of the Carbon Capture Alternatives in the Production of Natural Gas-based Transportation Fuels

A Comparative Study of the Carbon Capture Alternatives in the Production of Natural Gas-based Transportation Fuels

September, 2018
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a process in which carbon dioxide (CO2) is captured from emissions of industrial and energy production processes, and is stored without returning to the atmosphere. The goal of the process is to reduce the impact of anthropogenic greenhouse gases (GHGs) on climate change. CCS is composed of 3 main stages: Capture- separation of CO2 from other gases in the industrial\energy production process; Transportation- transporting CO2 from its capture site to its storage site; and Storage- Injecting CO2 into underground rock formations\ aquifers for long term confinement. Alternately, it can be used in industrial processes for goods productions (carbon capture and utilization- CCU). There is a whole array of CCS technologies. Some are already in successful use for decades, while others are under development or in transition to an industrial scale. Globally, there are about 35 active CCS projects and about 20 more in different development stages today. The existing projects are capturing together more than 30 million tons of CO2 annually (only 0.1% of anthropogenic GHGs emissions), and they operate in power plants and in industrial processes.
Energy Forum 23: Wind Energy Utilization in Israel

Energy Forum 23: Wind Energy Utilization in Israel

19 December, 2011
The Samuel Neaman Institute for national policy, as a part of the energy cluster activity, continues with the series of energy forum discussions, dedicated to issues of national priority. In the recent years, a large number of conferences and meetings had been held, with a wide scope and open to the public. Important and relevant information is often shared, usually without specific recommendations. The energy forum holds issue specific discussions, with a limited number of experts in the discussed field. Our goal is to concentrate on relevant and well defined questions, and produce a set of recommendations and action items, presented to the decision makers in the specific field.
Energy Forum 20: Grid-connected photovoltaic systems

Energy Forum 20: Grid-connected photovoltaic systems

14 February, 2011
Photovoltaic (PV) systems are currently the most common method for producing solar electricity.