Under the plan, power plants serving majority-Orthodox neighborhoods would only employ non-Jews.
Kushner’s people told DNAInfo that the bills had been left unpaid after the firm transitioned from one utility payment management company to another.
By changing the way a light switch works, the patented Kosher Switch offers a novel — and, its backers say, kosher — way to turn light switches (and, perhaps, other electrical appliances) on and off during Shabbat, circumventing one of the Sabbath’s central restrictions: the use of electricity.
The Solel company of Israel has built 12 solar power plants throughout the world, saving 300 million barrels of oil a year. It is now building the world’s largest solar plant in the Mojave Desert, while will producing enough energy to power 500000 homes.
The Israeli company SDE has developed a process for harnessing the energy of ocean waves, producing electricity. This model can provide clean and cheap energy, in an environmentally sound manner.