A new Sefer Torah was inaugurated this week at the synagogue of the Israeli Electric Company. The synagogue is named after the former chairman of the employees and is located in the office building of the Electric Company in Tel Aviv. The synagogue serves the employees day and night for religious services and other spiritual needs. The employees expressed joy in being able to conduct full services with Torah readings on site. CEO Eli Glickman was on hand for one of the first services with the new Torah scroll.