Charge Ready NY 2.0 Program Resources
To help make sure you have all the information you need about Charge Ready NY 2.0, review these Charge Ready NY 2.0 program resources. They’ll help you learn what you need to know to successfully purchase and install charging stations and apply for the rebate.
Training on How to Participate and Submit a Rebate Application for Charge Ready NY 2.0 : View a webinar with an overview of the Program as well as changes from the original Program. The webinar covers step-by-step instructions explaining how to complete the Participant Agreement, and how to submit both pre-installation and post-installation applications for Charge Ready NY 2.0.
Implementation Manual [PDF] : Get the full program guidelines, including detailed eligibility requirements and required document list.
Equipment Owner Agreement [PDF] : View the standard equipment owner contract for participation. You will sign this as part of the application process.
Installer Agreement [PDF] : If an installer submits an application on behalf of the Equipment Owner, the installer and the Equipment Owner will need to sign this as part of the application process
Site Host Agreement [PDF] : Download this form, print it, and have the owner of the site where the charging station will be installed sign it. If you are the site owner and the equipment owner, sign this agreement to confirm. You will need to submit this signed document with the rebate application.
Equipment Installer Certification [PDF] : Download this form, print it, and have the charging station installer and the equipment owner sign it. If you are the installer and the equipment owner, sign this agreement to confirm. You will need to submit this signed document with the rebate application.
Charging Station Best Practice Guides and Case Studies: Review best practices and case studies that NYSERDA has generated through its experience helping others in New York install charging stations.
EV and EV Charging Station Data: View data to help inform your decision about installing charging stations, such as data on where current EVs and EV charging stations are in New York State, how existing charging stations are used at different types of locations, and more.