Dr. Tali Zohar
Director of the Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation
Dr. Tali Zohar holds a B.A. in Behavioral Science from Ruppin Academic Center, an M.A in Energy Policy and Management from the University of Haifa, and a Ph.D. in energy policy, studying the transition towards a low carbon electricity market in Israel. She is a researcher at the Dead-Sea and Arava Science Center, exploring the water-energy-food nexus, the assimilation of low-carbon technologies, and sustainable local solutions for water scarcity and clean energy production.
Articles in peer-reviewed journals
- Zohar, Tali, Parag, Yael, and Ayalon, Ofira (2021). Of agency, action, and influence: The middle-out mechanism for promoting a low-carbon energy transition. Energy Research & Social Science.
- Zohar, Tali, Parag, Yael, and Ayalon, Ofira (2020). Strategizing demand management from the middle out: Harnessing middle actors to reduce peak electricity consumption. Energy Research & Social Science.
- Elimelech, Efrat, Zohar, Tali, Waldman, Riva, Daskal, Shira (2020). Consumption and waste the day after the crisis: Will we be able to lower the curve? Ecology & Environment (in Hebrew).
- Natanian, Jonathan, and Zohar, Tali (2016). Towards Zero Energy Buildings in Israel: Models, criteria and methodology towards a road map for local adaptation. Report submitted to the Israeli Ministry of Environmental Protection (Hebrew).