Beth Shea

LED Motherboard Menorah by Roni Kabessa

by , 12/01/09
filed under: Green Products, Inhabitots

sustainable design, green design, holiday, products, led menorah

Founders of the Green Hanukkah Campaign received criticism for urging Jews to light one less candle during the sacred observance of Hanukkah to help reduce carbon emissions (one completely burned candle produces 15 grams of carbon dioxide, which adds up when multiplied by approximately 2 million Jewish households in Israel). Designer Roni Kabessa ends the debate with the LED Motherboard Menorah — an eco-friendly option that sheds new light on an ancient tradition. Made from a recycled motherboard and outfitted with nine LED light bulbs, green families will be thrilled with this update.

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2 Comments

  1. Yuka Yoneda Yuka Yoneda December 15, 2009 at 10:54 am

    Thansk eas. We’ve updated our post accordingly.

  2. eas December 14, 2009 at 5:03 pm

    There are not 44 million Jews in Israel. There are not even 44 million Jews in the entire world. There are not 44 million people in Israel. Its population is 7.5 million.

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