Since 2007 Baruch has served as a venture partner with Infinity-I-China, an equity investment company. Baruch also is a member of the founding group who led the initiation of the Clean Energy Incubator for the State of Israel (Capital Nature). From January 2004 until November 2006, he served as president and CEO of B.O.S., a company publicly traded on both NASDAQ (BOSC) and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. From 1999 to 2003, he served as executive vice president of business development of Ness Technologies and the president of Ness Ventures. He has served as founder and executive and director for several information technology companies and Internet startups.
Baruch is involved as the chairman of The Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute, Hi-Tech and Telecom Division, and a board member of the IEIC. Baruch serves as a director in several public and private companies, including Rabintex Industries Ltd., an international manufacturer of personal protection equipment and armored systems, as well as an Israeli community and mobile portal company, all of which are publically traded companies listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Baruch has led global strategies for many companies in the technology-related sector and has executed many successful mergers and acquisitions. Baruch has a bachelor’s degree in information systems and industrial engineering from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Baruch is amongst the founders of Greensol and acts as a managing partner.
Cenergy will seek to engage in the development and syndication of Solar Power projects. Forming Cenergy is the Company’s latest step in shifting its focus to the establishment, operation and management of solar farms, internationally.
Solar Thin Films was formerly engaged in the manufacturing of solar module production equipment and turnkey amorphous silicon module factories. The company has shifted its focus from turnkey facility production to establishment, operation and management of solar farms internationally.