NYSERDA's Charge Ready NY 2.0 program offers up to $4,000 per port to public, private, and not-for-profit organizations that install Level 2 charging stations at workplaces, multi-unit dwellings (MUDs), or certain public facilities.
RG&E offers funding in the city of Rochester and surrounding counties for make-ready costs when installing EV chargers in non-public locations, including workplace and privately-owned pay-to-park lots, and multi-unit residential buildings.
National Grid offers funding for make-ready costs for clients installing EV chargers in non-public locations, including workplace and privately-owned pay-to-park lots, and multi-unit residential buildings. Funding covers 50%-100% depending on the type of location.
Available in Southeast New York State, this program offers funding for publicly available DC Fast and Level 2 chargers. Funding may provide up to $7,500 for Level 2 and is assessed on a $/kW basis for DCFCs.
Offered by the State of New York. Funding is available for Level 2 and DCFC installed in publicly accessible sites primarily for public use. Program may cover up to 80 percent of eligible ZEV infrastructure installation and equipment costs.
Offered by PSEG Long Island. Incentive recipients will receive an annual per plug payout, payable at the end of each 12-month anniversary. Amount varies based on when the customer is accepted into the program (the eligibility year), and the power rating of each plug.
Offered by the Orange and Rockland Utility in Northwestern suburbs of New York City. Funding is available to support make-ready project costs in public and private locations, including municipal paid parking (eligible for 50, 90% or 100% of Make-Ready costs).
Offered in East and West New York State. Funding is available for stations installed in Workplace, Retail, MUDs, and Public Destinations. Sites can receive charging infrastructure funding that provides 50%, 90%, or 100% depending on eligibility.