Noah Electrical Engineering



Our Mission

We provide high quality power system studies at very competitive fees. We specialize in equipment evaluation, arc flash mitigation, protective device coordination, motor starting analysis, power flow and voltage drop, stability studies for synchronous machines, and harmonic analysis studies for systems with nonlinear loads.


​We believe in building and maintaining strong long term relationship with our clients through trust in our services and our commitment to excellence. We want our services to be of utmost benefit to our clients. Client satisfaction is our first priority.

Request a Free Quote

Give us a call or email to discuss your project needs. Feel free to ask any question about your up coming project or if you just need a simple advice over the phone. We are always glad to help.

Work Schedule

We work 7 days a week. When work load peaks, we work the extra hours to keep our promise of high quality and on schedule services. We want our clients to be able to reach us anytime, not just 4 days a week like most engineering firms. When cost, quality, value and schedule matter, you can count on us.

Why work with us

  • ​Specialized services at very competitive rates
  • ​Highly experienced and committed to excellence
  • ​Master degree in power system protection
  • Small company culture.
  • Responsiveness to the client needs
  • ​Personal services performed 100% by the register engineer (owner)

Industry Experience

  • Petrochemical
  • Refineries
  • ​Power Plants
  • Mines
  • ​Healthcare
  • ​Government.

Our Team

The owner, Mohammad Shatat has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from North Carolina State University in electrical power engineering. He has more than 15 years of experience in the design of industrial and power generation electrical systems. Most of his experience is in Arc Flash mitigation, protective device coordination, transient stability, short circuit, load flow and voltage drop analysis. He is register professional engineer in the state of Texas and North Carolina.