Installed Capacity Program (ICAP)
Get paid to reduce your load, or export power in excess of your load, through on-site generation or curtailed usage on a daily basis.
Tariff: Rider P
Emergency Demand Response Program (EDRP)
Get paid to reduce your load, or export power in excess of your load, through on-site generation or curtailed usage in emergencies.
Tariff: Rider V
Day-Ahead Demand Reduction Program (DADRP)
Get paid to curtail your usage, arranged one day in advance. (Not for customers with generators)
Tariff: Rider W
Distribution Load Relief Program (DLRP)
Get paid to curtail your usage during local emergencies.
Tariff: Rider U
The New York State Energy Research And Development Authority
- NYSERDA Solar
The Energy Research And Development Authority Solar Incentive
- NYSERDA CHP
NYSERDA offers incentives to encourage the installation of clean, efficient, CHP systems. Consolidated Edison has identified certain zones within our service territory, where CHP could potentially help defer the need for grid expansion or reinforcement. To provide economic signals to the marketplace that will drive CHP developers to focus their pursuit of projects on these zones, NYSERDA will provide a Targeted Zone Incentive Bonus of 10% for sites within these zones (provided the CHP system is fully operational prior to May of the target year). Click here for Maps depicting these zones.
- NYSERDA Wind
The Energy Research And Development Authority Wind Incentive
- NYSERDA Special Projects (Funding Opportunities)
The authority funds a constantly changing variety of special projects that have previously included all forms of energy generation and usage. It's a great idea to review this page and apply for any opportunities that correspond to your plans.
New York City Economic Development Corporation
NY State and Federal
NY state and federal incentives for renewable energy. Sponsored by the Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy, DSIRE, is an ongoing project of the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC), funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, and managed by the North Carolina Solar Center