President & Founder
Good Faith Energy was started by Mohammed Abdalla in 2014 with a goal to be a top rated solar electrical company specializing in the design & installation of solar PV projects. Abdalla received a BSBA from University of Tulsa and has an extensive background in the oil and gas corporate world. The name Good Faith Energy comes from his background in fossil fuels, where he would often find operators and activities referred to as conducted in “good faith”. Deep in his heart, Abdalla knew what these companies were actually doing was anything but “good faith”. Over the course of his professional career, Abdalla embarked on a journey to coin a new meaning for the term. Abdalla is inspired by what Elon Musk refers to as the “solar-electric” economy. As a result, Abdalla is driven to create an increasingly-electrified energy and transportation sector in North Texas, powered by innovations in solar and batteries. These solutions, make local communities smarter, safer, and cleaner”. Abdalla believes that clean energy development provides a true triple bottom line approach to business. As a result, he received an executive degree from the University of Pennsylvania in social impact strategy and has applied such frameworks towards a social enterprise business model.
- BSBA in Energy Management & Finance, University of Tulsa
- Executive Degree in Social Impact Strategy, University of Pennsylvania
- 2017 Solar Advocate of the Year, Texas Pioneer Solar Awards