Many programs in New York provide incentives to help cover the costs of energy and water upgrade projects. For more information about incentives that might be right for your building, contact us and we will help you identify programs that fit your needs.
New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) offers a variety of financial incentives and assistance programs. The Multifamily Performance Program (MPP) provides multifamily buildings with a performance-based incentive for whole-building retrofits. The MPP program also provides a list of MPP certified contractors who can help you make the most of your projects.
If you are a Con Edison electric and/or gas customer, your building may qualify to receive extensive incentives or rebates for building surveys, energy-efficient equipment upgrades, and other efficiency measures under one of their energy efficiency programs.
If you are a National Grid gas customer, you may be eligible for rebates for high-efficiency heating and water heating equipment.
New York State's Weatherization Assistance Program helps income-eligible families and individuals by reducing their heating/cooling costs and improving the safety of their homes through energy efficiency measures. Owners of multifamily buildings occupied by low-income households are also encouraged to apply for assistance.
NY-Sun, New York State's solar program, assists a wide range of sectors to install solar energy by stimulating the market for this renewable source of electricity. NY-Sun uses a Megawatt Block system to provide incentives to various sectors and assist in scaling up the solar sector in New York State.
NYC °CoolRoofs is a City initiative that supports local jobseekers in building high-demand skills while cooling New York City rooftops with a white reflective coating that reduces building energy consumption and citywide carbon emissions.
NYC Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP) Multifamily Conversion Program provides multifamily housing larger than four units with flat-rate billing in exchange for the customer implementing certain conservation measures. To assist building owners in complying with the program, DEP created the Toilet Replacement Program to cover the cost of each new high-efficiency toilet purchased.