Solar is exploding in New Jersey

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Trinity Solar is a locally founded and family-owned business, and is a shining example of a homegrown New Jersey success story. It was 2004 when Trinity Heating and Air, Inc. became Trinity Solar, bringing a decade of experience and well-earned accolades to the solar industry. Since then, Trinity has installed over 5,000 solar power systems, grown to over 350 employees, has become the largest solar provider on the East Coast, and is now one of the top ten solar providers in the nation. Trinity's tremendous success is personal in nature, based on high standards and hands-on management of a family-owned business; and it's professional, as a licensed electrical contractor, employing NABCEP certified professionals.

 

Trinity Solar’s growth can be credited to the vision of management, the dedication of the staff, and the maintenance of a strong brand. Trinity is founded on the strong moral principles of the owners, and from the beginning, we have been committed to doing what is right. In 2004, the owners saw a barely budding solar market in New Jersey as the perfect opportunity to help local homeowners save money on their electric bills, support a sustainable energy source, and do something great for the environment. In subsequent years, we entered the commercial sector to become a major player in that arena. In fact, we have installed one of the largest roof-mounted solar systems ever to be installed in the United States. We have been committed to bringing the benefits of solar energy to people and businesses all over the Garden State. As the leading provider in the state, Trinity has helped to define and grow the New Jersey solar market, which is now the second largest solar market in the nation. We have succeeded in expanding our market throughout Delaware, New York, Long Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts as well.

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