Trinity Solar named fastest growing company in New Jersey

Trinity Solar, a designer and integrator of PV systems across the Northeast, was just named the fastest growing company in New Jersey.

Trinity SolarTrinity was ranked No. 1 out of the over 800,000 businesses in the state. NJ Biz organized the list by focusing on companies with higher revenues and then ranking these companies by growth in revenue, considering both dollar amount and percentage increases from 2013-2015.

“We’re excited and honored to be ranked, once again, as New Jersey’s fastest-growing company by NJBIZ,” said Executive Vice President, Bill Granger Sr. “We are proud of our tremendous team of employees and grateful for the support of our customers that continue to refer us and have helped us grow our business to where we are today.”

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The company, founded in 1994, started its solar operations in 2004 and has grown as a family-owned business to now employ over one thousand people across the northeast. Trinity Solar is a large company, even by US Census Bureau’s definition – a company with 500 or more employees.

In their just over twelve years of installing solar in the Northeast United States, Trinity Solar has installed over 20,674 solar installations which provide roughly 218.5 megawatts of clean energy primarily for homes and also for some commercial properties. Their operations span six states – Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

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