New Brunnshwick School retrofitted with LED Lighting from Tri-State, a division of Revolution Lighting Technologies.

Industry-leading LED solutions provider has completed more than 2,000 projects across multiple industries throughout the U.S. since its founding in 2010

GREENWICH: Tri-State LED, a division of Revolution Lighting Technologies, announced that it has surpassed $50M in total cumulative sales since its founding in 2010.

The Company has now completed more than 2,000 LED projects across industries including commercial, industrial, education, municipal, medical, and religious facilities.

Acquired by Revolution Lighting Technologies in 2013, Tri-State LED says it has grown to become “one of the largest LED solution providers within New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey, as well as expanding to complete projects throughout other regions of the United States.” Adding, ‘the growth can be attributed to Tri-State LED's unique experience offering comprehensive solutions to manage all phases of an LED retrofit project including scope, material selection, project management and pursuit of project incentives, making the Company the optimal LED partner.”

Tri-state’s release say’s it has experienced a compounded annual growth rate of nearly 50% from 2011 through 2016.

The Company has completed numerous LED projects including the Connecticut Convention Center and the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial. In addition, Tri State has retrofitted more than 300 public school structures throughout New England, including Stamford City Schools in Connecticut, Ridgewood, Parsippany-Troy Hills and Old Bridge in New Jersey.

"We are very proud to have surpassed the $50M milestone in sales, and to continue our growth as a trusted partner and provider of industry-leading LED solutions. It's a tremendous accomplishment and speaks to the commitment of every member of our team to provide the best service possible to our customers," said Ron Young, President, Tri-State LED.

Tri-State LED is also a program contractor within Connecticut's Small Business Energy Advantage Program. For additional information, please visit