Incorporated in 1990, Electric Fuel has produced everything from massive (1.5 ton) fuel cells for electric vehicles, to emergency cellphone batteries weighing less than three ounces.

  • Electric Fuel activity initiated to develop large format Zinc-Air

  • Electric Fuel’s EV technology chosen by Deutsche Post for use in electric delivery vans.

  • Initial public offering of Electric Fuel Corporation on NASDAQ (EFTX).

  • Launch of EV fleet and regeneration facility for Deutsche Post, Bremen, Germany

  • Introduction of water-activated survivor locator lights for aviation and marine life-vests

  • Launch of INSTANT POWER™ – batteries and chargers for hand-held devices

  • Electric Fuel in the USA becomes sole supplier of Zinc Air batteries to the US Army

  • Electric Fuel Corporation changed its name to Arotech Corporation (ARTX). Electric Fuel Ltd. continued as a wholly-owned subsidiary

  • US Department of Transportation demonstrates EFL’s Zinc-Air electric passenger bus in Las Vegas and Washington DC.

  • Arotech ARTX purchases Epsilor, producer of portable power solutions

  • Epsilor and Electric Fuel merge, forming Epsilor-Electric Fuel Ltd, with facilities in Dimona and Beit Shemesh, Israel and Auburn Alabama

  • Arotech acquires UEC, South Carolina-based supplier of energy and electricity solutions.

  • Electric Fuel Alabama facility is relocated to UEC facility in South Carolina.