The journey to electric, zero-emission transportation is underway, and we want to make it simple and budget-friendly for all. With our new Make-Ready Program, businesses can now quickly install electric vehicle (EV) charging stations with up to 100 percent reimbursement of costs for the electrical improvements needed to support EV charging. Please download and read the Participant Guide for more information.
Interested in Getting Your Own EV Charging Stations?
EV charging stations can help you stand out as a sustainability leader, attract new visitors, and create a new revenue stream. Click “Read More” to learn about EV charging stations and how to get started with the Make-Ready program.
If you already have an approved contractor to work with, click “Apply Now” to go straight to the application portal.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are registering for the first time, please register under the Customer/Representative option. New users can also review the attached portal guide .
For Contractors and Developers
Take advantage of the growing demand for EV charging and boost your bottom line. Our Make-Ready incentives make it easier for you to sell more station installation projects. Contractors must be approved by the Joint Utilities of New York for EV charger installations to be eligible for Make-Ready incentives.
If you are already an approved contractor click “Apply Now” to go straight to the application portal, or you can subscribe to receive more information and program updates via email.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are registering for the first time, please register under the Customer/Representative option.
Become an Approved Contractor
To become an approved contractor and take advantage of the program, complete and submit the application form located on the Joint Utilities website.
Apply to Become an Approved Vendor
Incentives and Eligibility
Download this PDF for more information about the program including incentives, eligibility requirements, and an overview of the process.
Capacity Map for DC Fast Charging (DCFC) Stations
If you’re planning to install DCFC stations, it is important to understand the site’s load capacity as this can dramatically affect costs. Our EV load capacity mapping system can help you determine if a site can support DCFC.
Disadvantaged Communities Map
Our Disadvantaged Communities Map can help you determine if your customer’s site qualifies for incentives of up to 100 percent.
Contractors or developers with questions should email our Trade Ally partner Franklin Energy at firstname.lastname@example.org.