Electric Vehicle Charging Station Developers and Operators
Con Edison is committed to supporting our customers in their transition to EVs. We know access to charging is the biggest challenge most drivers face. Be part of the solution and help our customers make the move to EVs by partnering with us to install EV charging stations throughout our service territory.
If you’re an electric vehicle station developer or operator, we’re making it easier than ever to work with us while offering different types of incentives to make it more affordable.
PowerReady Light-Duty EV Charging Infrastructure Incentives
We’re offering incentives that can offset the electric infrastructure costs associated with installing Level 2 and/or Direct Current (DC) fast chargers for electric cars, small trucks, and vans under 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight.
Applicants who meet certain program conditions can get incentives that cover up to 100% of the energy company and customer costs of installing level 2 or direct current fast-charging stations in designated “Disadvantaged Community” areas in New York City and Westchester.
Medium- and Heavy-Duty Installation Incentives
For vans, trucks, and buses with a gross vehicle weight greater than 10,000 pounds, we offer incentives for DC fast charging fleet chargers that cover almost all of the utility-side costs associated with bringing power to the fleet property.
Reduce the Cost of Operating Your EV Charging Station
DC Fast Charging Per-Plug Incentive
You may be eligible for additional annual incentives for your publicly accessible DC fast chargers.
DC Fast Charging Business Incentive Rate
If you’re a developer or business owner, you may qualify for reduced rates for DC fast charging stations.
Help Drivers at Your Stations Save Money
Help EV drivers save on charging costs by telling them to enroll in SmartCharge NY.
Stackable New York Incentives
Save even more with these New York incentives that can be stacked with other EV charging infrastructure savings.
- New York State Tax Credit for Public and Workplace Charging Get a tax credit of up to $5,000 for the purchase and installation of an electric vehicle charging station through the end of 2022.
- New York State's Truck Voucher Incentive and New York City Clean Trucks Funding is available for the replacement of older, diesel-fueled vehicles.
- New York State Municipal Zero-emission Vehicle (ZEV) Rebate and Infrastructure Grants provides grants to cities, towns, villages, and counties (including New York City boroughs) to purchase electric vehicle supply equipment for public use. The maximum award for any facility is $250,000.