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The Con Edison Document Center makes forms, contracts, procedures, tariffs and other documents available to view or download. The following items are available:


Con Edison Facts
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The Con Edison 2011 Annual Report
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The Con Edison 2010 Annual Report
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The Con Edison 2009 Annual Report
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The Con Edison 2010 EH&S Annual Report
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The Con Edison 2009 EH&S Annual Report
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The Con Edison 2009 Diversity Annual Report
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Outage Claims Forms
Claim Information Page

Residential Claim Form (You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view or print this form.)

Commercial Claim Form (You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view or print this form.)

Hoja de Información Sobre Reclamos Scheda informativa sui reclami
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FERC Regulatory Documents


DOE Office of Civil Rights Pamphlet


Energy Efficiency Potential Study

The Energy Efficiency Potential Study comprises the potential savings for four forms of energy in the Consolidated Edison Service Territory: electricity, natural gas, steam, and fuel oil. The results of the study are detailed in the following multi-volume report:

The volumes include the following components:

  • Study Approach - discusses the overall approach and the analysis steps taken to conduct the study.
  • Market Assessment - outlines the approaches used to segment the residential, commercial, and industrial markets, and create control totals for the reference forecast.
  • Reference Forecast - describes the development of the baseline forecast, and presents the forecast results for the residential and business sectors through 2018.
  • Energy Efficiency Measures - illustrates the process employed to identify and screen energy efficiency measures. This process involves identifying the applicable measures; determining the savings, measure costs, and lifetimes; and conducting an economic screening of the measures.
  • Energy Efficiency Potential - describes the approach taken to develop the technical, economic, and achievable potentials, and provides the summary results for each of the potentials.


Everyday Energy-Saving Tips

Con Edison is at work to deliver the power you need to take care of business and enjoy your life. In this brochure you will find things you can do to use energy more efficiently - little things that can make a huge difference and save you money. If we all use energy more wisely, we'll be conserving our valuable resources for the future.


Natural Gas Sales and Service


Dual-Fuel Interruptible Notification Gas Customer Training Tool

Welcome to Con Edison's eLearning tool for Dual-Fuel Interruptible Notification Gas Customers. This tool is intended to be for training purposes only. Click here to view the training program.


Environment, Health & Safety


Developer Welcome Kit

Callable Load Study
This report was prepared for Consolidated Edison Company of New York (Con Edison) to assess “callable load opportunities” in New York City and Westchester County during the next 10 years. For purposes of this study, callable load opportunities represent short-term reductions in system demand, typical four hours or less in duration, that are provided individual customers (or aggregated groups of customers) curtailing their electricity consumption or deploying emergency generation on request.

This study achieves two primary objectives:

  • Assess the potential, in megawatts, for peak load reductions that can be called by Con Edison.
  • Present program concepts that provide pathways to cost-effectively achieve this potential.

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