New York Rebates, Incentives & Tax Credits (EV charging, solar & energy)

Learn about the current programs and incentives in the Empire State to support your cleantech initiatives

New York has long been among the top climate-friendly states in the nation, with ambitious goals of 100% zero-emission electricity by 2040 and 100% light duty zero-emissions vehicle sales by 2035. In 2022, Governor Kathy Hochul doubled the state's energy storage target to 6 gigawatts by 2030. To meet these goals, New York provides numerous lucrative incentives and programs for businesses looking to increase their sustainability and energy resiliency through solar, storage, and EV charging.


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New York Incentives, Rebates, and Programs


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Key State Organizations

Understand the major players who create and influence climate action policies in New York.

Relevant Organizations:

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)

A state public benefit corporation that works to promote energy efficiency, renewable energy, and emissions reduction across New York’s economy and energy system. NYSERDA is the state agency at the intersection of business and public policy.

New York Public Service Commission (PSC)

The public utilities commission for New York that regulates and oversees the electric, gas, water, and telecommunication industries in New York as part of the Department of Public Service. The Commission sets rates and ensures New York’s utilities provide adequate service.

New York Department of Public Service (DPS)

The DPS is the staff arm of the Public Service Commission and has a broad mandate to ensure access to safe, reliable utility service at just and reasonable rates. In addition, the Department seeks to stimulate effective competitive markets for clean, renewable, and distributed energy resources that benefit New York consumers, as well as product and service innovations.

Joint Utilities of New York

The Joint Utilities consist of Central Hudson Gas & Electric, ConEdison, NYSEG, National Grid, Orange & Rockland, and RG&E, the largest utilities in the state that provide electric service to over 13 million New Yorkers.  The utilities work together to advance state policy goals and respond to PSC proceedings.

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Additional Resources

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