The Neighborhood Program - For Business Customers
Commercial and Industrial
Save on your energy efficiency projects in eligible neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Queens.
Certain energy efficiency measures, which provide kW demand savings, are eligible for additional incentives. All additional incentives are up to 100% of the total measure cost, including any and all offers through the Commercial and Industrial program.
You have two ways to participate:
Prescriptive Rebate Pathway
Save up to an additional incentive at $2,000 per kW by installing energy efficient Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and Lighting and Lighting Controls equipment, including:
- Air compressors
- Chillers (air and water cooled)
- Unitary AC
- Unitary and Applied Heat Pump
- LED Interior & Exterior
- Lighting Controls (e.g. bi-level)
How to Apply
- Read the Commercial and Industrial Program Manual for complete customer and participating contractor eligibility requirements.
- Complete an application.
- Email us for more information.
Custom Rebate Pathway
Save up to an additional incentive at $2,000 per kW on select custom measures offered by the Commercial and Industrial program. Subject to eligibility verification and the Neighborhood Program terms and conditions.
How to Apply
Small and Medium Businesses
Join the tens of thousands of local small and medium business owners saving energy and money.
You may be eligible for:
- Free installation of approved energy efficient lighting, fixtures, and controls that can give your business a modern look and help you save money
- Free Wi-Fi thermostat when you enroll in Smart Usage Rewards
Additional offers for businesses in Brooklyn and Queens:
- New HVAC incentives
- Refrigeration upgrades
Schedule your free energy assessment online or call 1-877-870-6118. Willdan Energy Solutions, or another participating contractor, will visit your business and recommend ways you can save energy, and tell you how much it will cost to upgrade your equipment and how much Con Edison will cover.
You decide if and when the job gets done. A participating contractor will perform the work. Con Edison may cover up to 100% of the project and installation costs. No waiting for rebates.
Your system upgrades will help you save energy long-term and will pay for themselves over time.
Private generation, such as combined heat and power or fuel-cell systems, may help lower your energy bills and make your building more resilient.
Commercial customers and multifamily buildings in qualifying areas of Brooklyn and Queens may be eligible for incentives for installing private generation systems that reduce electric demand.
We are not accepting new project applications at this time.
Funding and project eligibility deadlines are determined by your electric network. This is a “pay-for-performance” program. Incentives are provided in two parts:
- An installation payment, equaling 50% of incentive, once the system is installed and interconnected by the applicable project deadline.
- A performance payment, of up to 50%, after completing a summer performance verification period from May 1 to September 30.
This program includes a security against underperformance requirement. For more information about program requirements and other terms and conditions, see the sample Non-Wires Alternatives Program Agreement and Addendum 2 for Private Generation. In addition, the project must interconnect with the Standardized Interconnection Requirements, and applicants should be familiar with private generation information and the applicable guides and specifications for private generation.
Please email us for more information.
Brooklyn: Bedford-Stuyvesant (Parts), Brownsville, Bushwick, Crown Heights (Parts), Cypress Hills, East Flatbush, East New York, East Williamsburg, Greenpoint (Parts)
Queens: Broad Channel, Howard Beach, Kew Gardens, Ozone Park, Richmond Hill, Woodhaven, South Ozone Park (Parts)
Brooklyn: Bedford-Stuyvesant (Parts), Clinton Hill, Fort Green, Greenpoint (Parts), Park Slope, Prospect Heights (Parts), South Slope, Williamsburg
Queens: Elmhurst (Parts), Forest Hills (Parts), Glendale, Long Island City, Maspeth, Middle Village, Rego Park (Parts), Ridgewood, Sunnyside, Woodside (Parts)
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