Harry Zvi Tabor
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Harry Zvi Tabor (7 March 1917 – 15 December 2015) was a British-born Israeli physicist. He was known as the father of Israeli solar energy. Tabor was also involved in bringing Israel's solar energy program to international awareness.
Awards and recognition[change | change source]
- 1975 – Royal Society Energy Award
- 1979 – Inducted in Solar Hall of Fame
- 1981 – International Solar Energy Society Award
- 1981 – Krupp Foundation Energy Award
- 1994 – Passive Low Energy Architecture International Award
- 1995 – Israeli Knesset Quality of Life Award
- 2014 – Israeli President's Medal of Distinction
References[change | change source]
- BGU shields its eyes and stares into the solar future[permanent dead link], Ehud Zion Waldoks, The Jerusalem Post, 2 November 2008.
- Bright ideas, Ehud Zion Waldoks, The Jerusalem Post, 1 October 2008.
- Harry Zvi Tabor, Cleveland Cutler, Encyclopedia of the Earth, 2007.
- "ynet - כלכלה - ד"ר צבי תבור, אבי דוד השמש המודרני, נפטר בגיל 98". ynet. Retrieved 16 December 2015.
- "President honors eight Israelis with presidential award".