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Ways to Pay Your Bill

Choose the most convenient way to pay your bill. Whichever you pick, it’s fast and secure.

Pay Online

Bank Account (no fee)
All you need are your bank routing and account numbers.
Log in to pay
Pay as a guest

Credit/Debit Card (fees apply)
Pay with a card.
Log in to pay
Pay as a guest

Paperless Billing
Get an email when your bill’s ready.
Log in to enroll

Text Message Payment Reminders
Get notified by text about the status of your bill or payment.
Log in to set reminders

Auto Pay

Never miss a bill again. Sign up to make payments automatically from your bank account.
Log in to check your eligibility or call 1-888-925-5016

Pay by Phone

Call Us Toll-Free

Pay with your checking or savings account (no fee), or a credit/debit card (fees apply). Have your bill and your bank account or card information ready when you call.

Call toll-free, 24 hours a day

Pay by Mail

Check or Money Order (no fee)

Make check or money order payable to:
Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. 

Mail payments to:
Con Edison, JAF Station
P.O. Box 1702
New York, NY 10116-1702

Con Edison Walk-in Centers (no fee)

Customer service walk-in centers are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please submit exact payments only.

89-67 162nd St. Jamaica at National Grid.

1775 Grand Concourse

122 East 124th Street

345 Jay Street

Staten Island:
1140 Richmond Terrace

At the Food Bazaar Supermarket,1 Bogopa Plaza, Mount Vernon

Authorized Payment Agent (no fee)

Authorized agent locations display a sign reading, “Con Edison has authorized us to accept payment of your bill.” Please submit cash payments only.

Find agents by borough:

Staten Island

For Commercial & Industrial Customers

Pay by ACH
Choose from two convenient ways to pay on your commercial account: CTX and CCD+. Questions about ACH payment requirements? Please email us.

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Con Edison is not responsible for customer payments made at locations that are not authorized agent locations. These payments will be credited to customer accounts only if and when Con Edison receives them.