Ronen has served as the head of Electric Fuel since December 2007. A former General Manager of Epsilor, Ronen has also served as the General Manager of Maoz Industries – a high end supplier of displays to the aviation industry – as well as a project manager at BAE Systems. An F-16 Avionics Integration manager in the Israeli Air Force, Ronen holds a B.Sc. in Physics and Electro-Optic Engineering from the Lev Institute of Technology in Jerusalem.
Alex has served as General Manager of Epsilor since 2009. Previously he worked in the semiconductors industry as a program manager for Applied Materials Israel and was program manager and division manager of HLS and military reconnaissance and observation systems in ELSEC (Subsidiary of Elbit Systems). In the past he was Military engineer and an IDF program manager. He holds a B.Sc. in mechanical engineering from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology.
Hagai joined Epsilor-Electric Fuel as VP of Marketing and Sales in 2022 after a long career in the local and international defense market. Prior to working at Epsilor, he was the Director of Marketing of the Ramta Division at Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) for more than a decade. Hagai holds an MBA from Polytechnic University and a BSc. in Electrical Engineering from Ben Gurion University. He is a veteran marketing specialist with proven capabilities in the fields of sales, lead development and management.
Gabi joined Electric Fuel as VP of Engineering & R&D in 2015. Prior to his arrival at Epsilor-Electric Fuel, Gabi was the VP of R&D at Tadiran Telecom and the VP of Engineering at Tadiran America in the USA. in the past he worked in companies related to the defense industry in a variety of engineering positions. Gabi earned a BSc. in Computer Engineering from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, he received his MSc. in Management from Florida Institute of Technology
Jonathan holds a B.Sc. First Class Honors Degree from Oxford University, UK in Metallurgy and Materials Science. He has worked at Electric Fuel for over 25 years managing numerous research and development projects covering all aspects of batteries: electrodes, electrolyte, separator, integration, module and battery design, failure analysis, charging systems, environmental control, etc. His strengths are electrode development, failure analysis and integration. He is the holder of five patents.
Eli joined the Arotech Battery and Power Systems division in 2004 and now serves as its CFO. Previous to that he was at Ernst & Young, as a senior auditor of high tech companies. Eli is a Registered CPA and holds a BA in Accounting and Economics from Bar Ilan University and an MBA from the Ono Academic College.