This list includes self-verified licensed contractors that are eligible to provide services under the Joint Utilities’ two EV charger installation programs.
Contractors seeking to be added to the list for either of the programs should fill out the application. Customers looking to hire a contractor should review the program descriptions to determine what services are needed.
- EV Make-Ready Program
Commercial, multi-unit, and other larger-scale EV charger installations may be eligible for the Joint Utilities’ EV Make-Ready incentive. To find a contractor, use the checkboxes below to select your utility, and filter for Commercial installations.
To qualify for an incentive under the Make-Ready Program, customers must work with an electrical contractor who appears on this list.
More information about the Joint Utilities’ EV Make-Ready Program.
- Residential Managed Charging Program
Eligible residential customers can enroll in their utility’s Managed Charging Program to take advantage of incentives and other discounts for charging at the most beneficial time for the grid. If you are a residential customer interested in installing an EV charger at your home, connect with your utility to learn about eligible equipment. To find a contractor, use the checkboxes below to select your utility and filter for Residential Contractors.
For the Managed Charging Program, you are not required to use a contractor that appears on this list. Many electricians and electrical contractors perform individual EV installations at single-unit homes. For more options for contractors, you can visit home improvement directory sites like HomeAdvisor and Porch. Both of these websites also include tips and best practices for finding and working with electricians.
More information about participating in the Managed Charging Program will be coming soon.
Use the filtering options below to display contractors working in specific service areas, contractors performing specific service types, contractors with experience working with JU EV charging programs, and/or to choose the desired installation type.
The Joint Utilities EV Charging Contractor List contains the names and contact information of contractors who have contacted the Joint Utilities and represented themselves as qualified to perform the appropriate services for each program they are listed under. The Joint Utilities* have not independently verified these qualifications. The Joint Utilities EV Charging Contractor List is provided as a service and is not an endorsement or approval of any given contractor, nor is it an exhaustive list. The Joint Utilities make no representations about the experience or qualifications of any contractor listed or the quality of their work. It is the customer’s responsibility to confirm that the contractor they select is currently licensed and in good standing in New York and to check appropriate references.
* The Joint Utilities are Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc., New York State Electric and Gas Corporation, Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation d/b/a National Grid, Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc., and Rochester Gas & Electric Corporation.