The Jewish Chronicle - - COMMUNITY -

CARDIFF UNITED Syn­a­gogue has in­stalled so­lar pan­els in a bid to “go green” while cut­ting its elec­tric­ity bills. Rabbi Mi­choel Rose said the con­gre­ga­tion is “de­lighted with our new in­stal­la­tion. It’s great to know that we can in­vest in our financial se­cu­rity, cut­ting our en­ergy bills, and we get a sub­sidy from the gov­ern­ment’s Feed-in tar­iffs scheme as well, which makes in­vest­ing in the pan­els very at­trac­tive. It is nice to know that we do this while car­ing for the wider com­mu­nity and en­vi­ron­ment for the well-be­ing of the next gen­er­a­tion.”

Rabbi Rose and syn­a­gogue coun­cil mem­ber David Woolf were the in­sti­ga­tors of the project. The con­gre­ga­tion re­lo­cated to its Cyn­coed Gar­dens premises in 2003 and has 200 mem­bers.

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