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Tal Goldrath

972-77-887-1808
tal@sni.technion.ac.il

Former Research Assistant

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.
National Energy Technologies Research and Development Survey

National Energy Technologies Research and Development Survey

This survey has been recently completed by the energy and environment team at the Samuel Neaman Institute, for the National Council for Research and Development (NCRD).
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 Policy for Packaging Waste Management

National Policy for Packaging Waste Management

The aim of this research was to examine policy alternatives for sustainable management of packaging waste in Israel. The work includes the definition of packaging types, weight estimation of packaging waste produced in Israel, a survey of packaging waste treatment methods in Europe and around the world
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.
The Technion

The Technion's green campus

The Technion Green Campus Project, which has been promoted by the Samuel Neaman Institute for more than a decade, is designed to impart and enhance values on the subject of the environment ​​and its preservation within the Technion community. The project aims to take steps that promote the green environment around the campus, focusing on action, and to raise the environmental awareness of students, faculty members, and staff on campus, with the understanding that such awareness will continue to exert its influence outside the campus, in the homes and future workplaces of the future engineers.
Energy Forum No.25 - Energy in Israel - Vision of 2028

Energy Forum No.25 - Energy in Israel - Vision of 2028

06 June, 2012
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.
Seminar: sustainability and consumption reduction

Seminar: sustainability and consumption reduction

27 March, 2012
The discussion in the Madatech museum is conducted in parallel to the planet under pressure convention in London. Cooperation with the ministry of environmental protection, SNI and the Haifa District Municipal Association For The Environment. The discussion is for leadership program students, and aims to enlarge the responsibility circle and include youth in a sustainable lifestyle.
Energy Forum No. 24 - Solar Energy in residential buildings

Energy Forum No. 24 - Solar Energy in residential buildings

20 March, 2012
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.
Symposium: Universities present: Environmental education in higher education institutes

Symposium: Universities present: Environmental education in higher education institutes

12 February, 2012
The Green Campus project in the Technion, promoted over the past decade by the Samuel Neaman Institute, aims to introduce and amplify environmental values to the Technion community.
Green Campus council meeting

Green Campus council meeting

11 January, 2012
The Green Campus project in the Technion, promoted over the past decade by the Samuel Neaman Institute, aims to introduce and amplify environmental values to the Technion community.
Environmental Responsibility Conference 2011

Environmental Responsibility Conference 2011

21 December, 2011
The conference deals with issues related to reconstruction and development of the Kishon River, while examining the environmental and social involvement of the business sector in Haifa and the bay.
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 22: Nuclear Power Station in Israel

Energy Forum 22: Nuclear Power Station in Israel

14 November, 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 21: Energy-saving retrofit of buildings

Energy Forum 21: Energy-saving retrofit of buildings

15 May, 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.
Needs and priorities in the Haifa bay development towards a balanced prosperity

Needs and priorities in the Haifa bay development towards a balanced prosperity

07 February, 2011
The workshop was aiming to focus and define the major issues for the development and prosperity of the Haifa bay area, and the correct balance between them, achieving the goal of long term planning and integration.