Passionate About Inspiring Others

Mohamed Hauter

Mohamed Hauter is the CEO and founder of Elements Solar, LLC. He is a passionate and committed man who is geared towards inspiring and helping others while progressing the innovations of renewable energy at an affordable price.

In 2005, he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering and began developing innovations for the global security and aerospace company, Lockheed Martin, where he specialized in Advanced Systems Development.

While working for Lockheed Martin, he was able to obtain his Master’s Degree in Network Engineering from UC Santa Cruz in 2011.

In 2013, he began working as a Principal Engineer for a company called Venator. This company provides software engineering system support through expert data analysis and development of data fusion, tracking and automated systems for government application.

In 2015, he began volunteering his time to a non-profit organization called Grid Alternatives. This non-profit organization provides solar power and energy efficiency for the underserved communities and low-income families. In less than one year, he rose to the role of group leader because of his dedication and fascination with the innovative technologies of solar power.

In 2016, he was awarded the Eugene Tucker Award at GRID ALTERNATIVES San Diego’s End of the Year Solstice Award, which was given to him due to his hard-work, generosity and dedication to solar and helping others. He is a smart, funny and genuine guy who truly cares about solar.

He is also a caring father and husband and in his spare time when he is not with his family, he is out staying healthy by training in Martial Arts.

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  • CA-46 License #1030674

  • NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) Installation Professional

  • B.S. Computer Engineering (CSU Fresno)

  • M.S. Network Engineering (UCSC)

  • Software Manager (10 years)

  • Solar Professional (4 years)

Mohamed at UCSD teaching Solar 101