About Newgrange Electric, Inc.

Owner/operator Edward Byrne began his career in Ireland, and after emigrating to the United States in 1995, worked for a local electrical contractor here on Long Island. In 2008, he obtained his license and started Newgrange Electric, Inc., achieving a goal he had set for himself when he first arrived in this country. Completing many successful projects for both residential and commercial customers, as well as handling maintenance accounts for some of the most prestigious management companies in the tri-state area, Newgrange Electric has grown quickly to become a thriving electrical contracting company that truly cares about its customers and the quality of the work we do for them.

Newgrange is fully licensed and insured and is prepared to provide services for small to large commercial and residential projects. Centrally located in Mineola, we serve all of Long Island, the five boroughs (NYC, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Staten Island) and Westchester and New Jersey. We offer 24-hour emergency service, free estimates, quick response times, reasonable rates on service calls and competitive pricing on larger jobs.

Associations & Memberships:

  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • Suffolk County Electrical Contractors Association (SCECA)
  • Renewable Energy of Long Island (RELI)
  • New York Solar Energy Industries Association (NYSEIA)
  • Long Island Solar Energy Industries Association (LISEIA)
  • Lead Paint (EPA)

Electrical Training Center New York State Certified Program:

  • Electrical Grounding and Bonding
  • Photovoltaic (Solar)
  • Swimming Pools Code and Safety
  • 2008 NEC Code Changes and updates
  • Computer Network Cable Certification
  • Telecommunications Cabling
  • New York State Fire Alarm, CCTV, Security Monitoring Module Certifications

Farmingdale College for Photovoltaic Planning and Engineering

  • 40-Hour Photovoltaic System installations & Maintenance

Signamax Connectivity Systems

  • Signamax Connectivity Systems Authorized Partner (designer/installer)