Deadline Change

Effective August 1, 2018 the submission deadline for all NYSERDA solicitations will be changed from 5:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Please note only the time is changing, and all due dates remain as indicated on each solicitation.

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Current Funding Opportunities, PONs, RFPs, and RFQs

If you are a homeowner or renter looking for programs and services, see the Home and Residents page. The Funding Opportunities below are targeted towards businesses and researchers.

Technical questions should be directed to the project managers listed. The main NYSERDA phone number is toll-free 1-866-NYSERDA or local
518-862-1090. Extensions and e-mail addresses for the project managers are listed below.

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Continuous Funding Opportunities


Advanced Clean Energy (ACE) Exploratory Research Funding (PON 3249)

Due Date:  Continuous

The ACE Program supports applied research in areas that are not supported by other NYSERDA research programs and funding opportunities. This ongoing opportunity also accepts Concept Papers that request a NYSERDA funding commitment for inclusion in a competitive federal opportunity, such as those from the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA-e).

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Michael Shimazu
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3478

Contact: Richard Drake
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3258


Affordable Solar Predevelopment and Technical Assistance (PON 3414)

Due Date:  Continuous

Affordable Solar Predevelopment and Technical Assistance will provide up to a total of $3,600,000 to address barriers to solar installations serving low-to-moderate income (LMI) households living in rental housing, multifamily buildings, or other households not served by traditional onsite residential solar.

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Affordable Solar


Agriculture Energy Audit Program (PON 3846)

Due Date:  Continuous

The Agriculture Energy Audit Program offers free energy audits to identify energy efficiency measures for eligible farms, including but not limited to, dairies, orchards, greenhouses, vegetables, vineyards, grain, and poultry or egg producers.

Revision Date: 7/17/2018


Contact: Jessica Zweig
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3346

Contact: Application Assistance Questions
(800) 732-1399


Air Source Heat Pump Program (PON 3653)

Due Date:  Continuous

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has made up to $10.95 million available to support the installation of air source heat pump (ASHP) systems in residential sites to include single-family and multifamily buildings. Funding is available only to ASHP installers that have been approved by NYSERDA and have installed program-qualified ASHP systems.

Revision Date: 7/11/2018


Contact: Kerry Hogan
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3509


Charge Ready NY Equipment and Network Qualification Process (3902)

Due Date:  Continuous

Establishes a list of qualified Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment and networks that will be eligible for incentives under the upcoming Charge Ready NY Program (Program). Under the Program, interested site owners will be able to receive incentives for the installation of qualified charging equipment. Charging station vendors will submit applications to qualify one or more models of charging equipment. Charging network operators will submit applications to have information about their network, and which charging equipment it is compatible with, listed as part of program materials.

Revision Date: 7/27/2018


Contact: David McCabe
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3281

Contact: Adam Ruder
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3335


CHP Program (PON 2568)

Due Date:  Continuous

The Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Program provides incentives for the installation of grid-connected CHP systems at customer sites that pay the System Benefits Charge (SBC) on their electric bill.

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Paul Vainauskas
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3554


CHP Program – CHP System Pre-Qualification (RFI 2568)

Due Date:  Continuous

The Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Program provides incentives for the installation of CHP systems through PON 2568, which supports an accelerated procurement process where customers select from a set of pre-approved, pre-engineered CHP modules supplied by approved CHP Vendors (the Catalog Approach) or the more traditional design/build procurement process specifically for larger customers that are not adequately met by the Catalog Approach (the Custom Approach).

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Paul Vainauskas
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3554


Clean Energy Communities Program (PON 3298)

Due Date:  Continuous

Local governments are critical partners in achieving a new energy vision for New York State. As such, municipal leaders play a critical role in affecting energy choices in their communities, both in terms of government operations, and also across homes, businesses, and community institutions. The Clean Energy Communities Program provides grants, direct technical support to communities, and recognition to local governments that demonstrate leadership in the area of clean energy.

Revision Date: 7/19/2018


Contact: Clean Energy Coordinators


Clean Energy Financing Arrangements (RFP 1)

Due Date:  Continuous

NY Green Bank invites private sector capital providers and other clean energy industry participants to propose transactions involving NY Green Bank that facilitate the financing of clean energy projects in New York State, consistent with its mandate, mission and priorities in addressing financing market gaps and barriers.

Revision Date: 7/25/2018


Contact: NY Green Bank


Commercial New Construction (PON3609)

Due Date:  Continuous

The Commercial New Construction Program Opportunity Notice PON 3609 offers objective technical and financial support to building owners to effect a permanent transformation in the way buildings are designed and constructed in New York State. Technical support is offered on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to funding availability. Financial support is formally committed at the time NYSERDA issues a written pre-approval of the financial offer.


Contact: Stephen Finkle
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3505

Contact: Michelle Fiano
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3254

Contact: Zachary Zill
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3092


Construction & Back-Leveraged Financing for Ground-Mounted Solar (RFP 7)

Due Date:  Continuous

NY Green Bank’s RFP 7 is targeted at developers of photovoltaic (PV) solar projects selling to commercial, industrial and other institutional organizations (C&I) in New York State which plan to utilize third-party tax equity and seek back-leveraged financing for projects that: (1) generate revenue by selling net metering credits (or eqivalents) to C&I power users under applicable laws, regulations or administrative proceedings; (2) use Tier-1 Technology; (3) are in the advanced stage of development; and (4) are ground-mounted, canopy-mounted and non-residential rooftop PV solar projects.

Revision Date: 7/25/2018


Contact: NY Green Bank


Construction and Aggregation-to-Term Financing for CDG Solar Projects (RFP 10)

Due Date:  Continuous

NY Green Bank’s RFP 10 is targeted at developers and/or owners of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects that: (i) are in advanced stages of development; (ii) form part of the Community Distributed Generation Program; (iii) are compensated under the Value of Distributed Energy Resources Phase One Tariff, (iv) comply with all applicable provisions established under the Uniform Business Practices for Distributed Energy Resource Suppliers; (v) generate power using Tier 1 technology; (vi) earn revenue by selling volumetric or monetary credits to project members under revenue contracts; and (vii) are 500 KW to 2 MW in size, ground-mounted, canopy-mounted or non-residential rooftop PV solar projects at a single location.

Revision Date: 7/25/2018


Contact: NY Green Bank


Cooperative Advertising and Training for Clean Heating and Cooling Partners (PON 3694)

Due Date:  Continuous

NYSERDA has made $2 million available to support advertising, special promotions and/or events, including training, for eligible HVAC technologies. NYSERDA’s Cooperative Advertising and Training Program for Clean Heating and Cooling Partners offers incentives up to 50 percent of the total cost for educational and marketing promotion opportunities to eligible HVAC participants, such as HVAC manufacturers, HVAC distributors/vendors and HVAC installers participating in PON 3653: Air-Source Heat Pump Program, PON 3620: Ground-Source Heat Pump Rebate or Renewable Heat NY.

Revision Date: 4/24/2018


Contact: Scott Smith
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3344

Contact: Kerry Hogan
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3509


Demonstrating Distributed Energy Storage for ‘Stacking’ Customer and Grid Values (PON 3541)

Due Date:  Continuous

NYSERDA is seeking field demonstration projects of commercial distributed energy storage systems that leverage the flexibility of energy storage to ‘stack’ two or more value streams by performing multiple functions for retail electric customers, distributed generation, utilities and the New York State Independent System Operator (NYISO).

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Anthony Abate
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3522

Contact: Jason Doling
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3558

Contact: Ben Falber
(212) 971-5342, Ext. 3050


Drive Clean Rebate (PON 3405)

Due Date:  Continuous

The Drive Clean Rebate offers New York State residents a point-of-sale rebate of up to $2,000 towards the purchase or lease of a new electric car. Eligible vehicles include all-electric cars, plug-in hybrid electric cars, and fuel cell electric cars. Rebates are provided directly by car dealers and are taken off the purchase or lease price of the car. Car buyers do not have to apply, they simply make sure that their car dealer includes the rebate amount in their purchase. Information about the program, including a list of eligible vehicles and participating car dealers, can be found at https://www.nyserda.ny.gov/Drive-Clean-Rebate.rn NYS car dealers can sign up to participate at https://www.nyserda.ny.gov/All-Programs/Programs/Drive-Clean-Rebate/Dealers.


Contact: Patrick Bolton
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3322


Efficiency & Renewables Financing Arrangements: Building & Property Owners (RFP 8)

Due Date:  Continuous

NY Green Bank’s RFP 8 is targeted at commercial and multi-family building owners, relevant lenders and investors, and clean energy contractors/service providers focused on such properties, who seek to finance the purchase of energy efficiency and/or renewable energy assets.

Revision Date: 7/25/2018


Contact: NY Green Bank


Electric Power Transmission and Distribution (EPTD) High Performing Grid (3770)

Due Date:  Continuous

Promotes the development of a high performing smart grid that accommodates a diverse supply of clean energy generation resources, enhances overall electric grid performance, and enables customers to reduce their energy costs, energy consumption, and environmental impacts Up to $15 million is available to support research and engineering studies, product development and demonstration projects that improve the resiliency, reliability, efficiency, quality, and overall performance of the electric power delivery system in New York State. Concept papers or proposals must demonstrate significant statewide public benefits and quantify all energy, environmental and economic impacts.

Revision Date: 7/11/2018


Contact: Michael Razanousky
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3245

Contact: Christopher Cheng
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3436


Energy Study Aggregation Program (PON 3787)

Due Date:  Continuous

NYSERDA is soliciting applications from FlexTech Consultants with valid FlexTech agreements to demonstrate new, innovative, and streamlined approaches for delivering objective energy efficiency studies to commercial facilities. The approach (“Business Model”) must incorporate an aggregation of Participant Sites (“Aggregation Portfolio”) to achieve economies of scale by reaching a greater number of customers at a reduced cost.

Revision Date: 7/11/2018


Contact: Lindsey June
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3572


Flexible Energy Technical Analysis (RFQL 3685)

Due Date:  Continuous

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is issuing this solicitation to establish a pool of consulting firms qualified to provide the NYSERDA Energy and Environmental Analysis Department (EEA) with diverse technical, energy, economic, and environmental analytical capacity that can also provide support services on short notice. EA receives requests to provide research, analytic and modeling support on a range of topics, often with constrained time horizons. Access to the pool of consultants with wide-ranging high quality technical expertise established through this solicitation will augment and enhance staff expertise when called upon to undertake individual, discrete projects with firm timelines. In addition, these retained resources will also be available for all Programs throughout NYSERDA, providing technical expertise when such services are needed.

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Alyse Peterson
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3274

Contact: Frank Ciampa
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3087


FlexTech Consultant Statewide Services (RFP 3628)

Due Date:  Continuous

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) requests proposals from firms interested in becoming FlexTech Consultants. FlexTech Consultants provide objective customized technical services to inform clean energy management and investment decisions. FlexTech Consultants may also be selected to provide support directly to NYSERDA on a variety of initiatives, pilots and alternative approaches to identifying opportunities for implementation of clean energy and energy efficiency technologies. FlexTech Consultants must demonstrate experience and a thorough understanding of clean energy services delivery to commercial and industrial customers in New York State. The credibility of FlexTech Consultants and the quality of technical services they deliver are essential to NYSERDA’s success.

Revision Date: 7/18/2018


Contact: Sophie Cardona
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3590


FlexTech Program (PON 1746)

Due Date:  Continuous

FlexTech provides: cost-shared energy efficiency technical analyses and strategic energy management assistance to existing facilities; cost-shared feasibility studies for distributed energy resources (DERs), which includes Traditional and Premium Combined Heat and Power (CHP) and Energy Storage. For More Information visit the FlexTech Homepage.

Revision Date: 7/17/2018


Contact: FlexTech Team


Fuel NY Portable Emergency Generator Program (PON 2924)

Due Date:  Continuous

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is seeking applications from eligible retail motor fuel outlets (Stations) for the Fuel NY Portable Emergency Generator Program (Program). Program eligibility is limited to Stations in the downstate region affected by Section 192-h of the New York State (NYS) Agriculture and Markets Law, Alternate Generated Power Source at Retail Gasoline Outlets. Through the Program, NYSERDA may provide participating Stations with portable emergency generators and associated services during a declared energy or fuel supply emergency (Declared Emergency).


Contact: Fuel NY Portable Emergency Generator Program
(855) 323-3030


Ground Source Heat Pump Rebate (PON 3620)

Due Date:  Continuous

Ground Source Heat Pump Rebate – NYSERDA has made $15 million available to support the installation of ground source heat pump systems at residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial buildings. Funding is available only to eligible designers and installers of ground source heat pump systems that have been approved by NYSERDA.

Revision Date: 7/30/2018


Contact: Ground Source Heat Pump Rebate

Contact: Scott Smith
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3344


Ignition Grants (PON 3871)

Due Date:  Continuous

To support clients of NYSERDA-sponsored incubators, the Ignition Grants initiative will make highly targeted, timely seed investments in incubator client companies that will directly impact near-term outcomes for these ventures, such as raising investment capital, securing corporate/strategic partnerships, and engaging potential customers/partners.

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Michael Shimazu
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3478

Contact: Nicholas Querques
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3086


Low-rise Residential New Construction Program (PON 3717)

Due Date:  Continuous

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) Low-rise Residential New Construction Program (LR NCP) supports the achievement of increased levels of energy performance, up to and including homes or low-rise multifamily buildings that are designed and constructed to achieve net zero energy performance.

Revision Date: 4/3/2018


Contact: Lori Borowiak
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3004

Contact: Patrick Fitzgerald
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3385


Multifamily Building Solutions Network (PON 3280)

Due Date:  Continuous

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is seeking applications from seasoned experts in building science and energy efficiency that perform energy use analyses, building performance assessments, whole building software modeling, work scope development, design document review, installation verification, and oversight of project progress. NYSERDA will qualify and approve applicants to the Network to serve multifamily building owners, managers, and developers. Approved Providers have demonstrated their ability to provide multifamily building performance services by meeting and have met the requirements of this Application. Some components of the NYSERDA Multifamily Performance Program (MPP) require participants to work with a Provider. MPP provides incentives to building owners to help pay for multifamily retrofit projects to improve the energy efficiency of a property.


Contact: Multifamily Programs
(212) 971-5342, Ext. 3019


Multifamily New Construction Program (PON 3716)

Due Date:  Continuous

The Multifamily New Construction Program offers technical support and incentives to developers of multifamily high rise new construction and gut rehabilitation projects. The multi-tiered incentive structure is intended to promote increased levels of performance, up to and inclusive of net zero energy performance.

Revision Date: 1/31/2018


Contact: Patrick Fitzgerald
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3385

Contact: Zachary Zill
(212) 971-5342, Ext. 3092


New Construction Initiatives Support Services (RFP 3771)

Due Date:  Continuous

NYSERDA is accepting applications from firms capable of delivering energy modeling and analysis, building commissioning, third party quality assurance, smart building services, and advanced building facilitation services, including, but not limited to: Integrated Project Delivery consulting, Passive House consulting, and Zero Net Energy consulting services. Approved firms will deliver assigned services to building owners, developers, and leaseholders. NYSERDA seeks to provide project owners with the expertise they need to realize significant energy savings and reduced greenhouse gas emissions in the design and delivery of new construction and gut rehabilitation projects in New York State. NYSERDA will enter into two-year agreements with approved consultants, with two (2) two-year options to renew at NYSERDA’s discretion. All Agreements will end no later than two years following the close of the RFP, or until all work assigned under the Agreement has been completed.


Contact: Zachary Zill
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3092

Contact: Patrick Fitzgerald
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3385


On-site Energy Manager Pilot (PON 3701)

Due Date:  Continuous

PON 3701 seeks applications from facilities interested in participating in the On-site Energy Manager Pilot to demonstrate how a dedicated On-site Energy Manager can improve a company’s profitability by delivering energy, process, and operational improvements.

Revision Date: 7/17/2018


Contact: OnSiteEnergyManager@nyserda.ny.gov


Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) (PON 3689)

Due Date:  Continuous

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Real Time Energy Management (“RTEM”) Program (the “Program”) seeks to achieve deep energy savings through the collection and analysis of energy usage data from buildings at a system level. To accelerate adoption of RTEM practices, the Program offers cost-share support for RTEM projects in the commercial, industrial and multifamily sectors. Applicants must be qualified as a NYSERDA RTEM Qualified Vendor to apply to this Program.

Revision Date: 7/18/2018


Contact: Michael Reed


Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) Qualified Vendor (RFQ 3691)

Due Date:  Continuous

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is accepting applications from vendors, installers, and service providers of Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) to become a RTEM Qualified Vendor. NYSERDA is seeking both RTEM System Providers (installers) and RTEM Energy Management Consultant Providers (monitoring services).

Revision Date: 7/22/2018


Contact: Michael Reed


REV Campus Challenge Technical Assistance for Roadmaps (PON 3438)

Due Date:  Continuous

The REV Campus Challenge Technical Assistance for Roadmaps (the “Program”) supports REV Campus Challenge members by enabling them to hire a third party energy consultant to aid in the evaluation of existing energy-related conditions on campus and establish a plan for managing changing campus energy needs (“Roadmap”).

Revision Date: 7/31/2018


Contact: Lindsay Holle
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3051


Stationary Fuel Cell Program (PON 3841)

Due Date:  Continuous

Continuous-duty stationary fuel cells operate as ultra-clean distributed generation resources, which can relieve stress on the grid and improve reliability. NYSERDAs Stationary Fuel Cell Program PON 3841) provides financial assistance to reduce the upfront costs to install and operate fuel cells, reduce energy expenses and greenhouse gas emissions, relieve strain on the electric grid, and in certain cases, provide emergency power to the host site.

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Mark Mayhew
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3319


The New York Truck-Voucher Incentive Program (NYT-VIP)

Due Date:  Continuous

The New York Truck-Voucher Incentive Program (NYT-VIP) is a streamlined program combining funding from three different sources and is designed to continue to expand the use of Diesel Emissions Control Device (DECD) equipment, compressed natural gas (CNG), battery electric hybrid, and fully battery electric medium- and heavy-duty trucks which reduce harmful emissions and the State’s dependence on foreign petroleum. The program is web based at https://truck-vip.ny.gov/Link opens in new window - close new window to return to this page. and provides incentives to dealerships that sell program eligible trucks and diesel emission control equipment.


Contact: Patrick Bolton
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3322


Workforce Training: Building Operations & Maintenance (PON 3715)

Due Date:  Continuous

NYSERDA’s Building Operations and Maintenance Workforce Development and Training Program seeks to reduce energy use, associated carbon emissions, and building operations costs by enhancing the skills of operations and maintenance staff and managers across the State. The Program provides employers and building owners with support to implement workforce development and training projects that create the talent development strategy, corporate culture, on-site training framework, and training tools needed to support building operations and maintenance workers beyond classroom training.

Revision Date: 7/11/2018


Contact: Debora Moran
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3488

Contact: Adele Ferranti
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3206

Contact: Nancy Marucci
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3335

Program Opportunity Notices (PON)


Commercial Tenant Program (PON 3308)

Due Date:  7/31/2019

The goal of NYSERDA’s Commercial Tenant Program is to integrate energy efficiency in commercial tenant office spaces. This Program is open to all commercial office tenants at any stage of leasing and those who wish to improve the office space they currently occupy. The program encourages tenants, landlords and their consultants to work collaboratively to enhance the overall energy and environmental performance of commercial office buildings in New York State. The program provides funding to reduce the costs for tenants and landlords to obtain an actionable list of energy efficiency measures and a corresponding financial analysis, and offers to cost-share up to 100% of the expenses associated with conducting the energy analysis necessary to optimize tenant office spaces.

Revision Date: 5/3/2018


Contact: Sophie Cardona
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3590


Energy-Related Air Quality and Health Effects Research (PON 3921)

Due Date:  10/10/2018

Energy-Related Air Quality and Health Effects Research – Supports research to improve the scientific and technical foundation for addressing key questions related to air quality and health effects research that will ultimately inform policy.

Revision Date: 7/31/2018


Contact: Ellen Burkhard
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3332

Contact: Gregory Lampman
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3372


Industrial and Process Efficiency Program (PON 2456)

Due Date:  12/31/2019

The Industrial and Process Efficiency Program Opportunity Notice (PON) 2456 offers performance-based incentives to manufacturers and data centers that implement cost-effective electric and fossil fuel efficiency and process improvements. This PON offers Process and Energy Efficiency incentives, as well as Operations and Maintenance Incentives.

Revision Date: 7/30/2018


Contact: Stacey Sabo
(716) 842-1522, Ext. 3037

Contact: Sean Mulderrig
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3804


NextGen HVAC Innovation Challenges (3519)

Due Date:  8/3/2017 (Round 1);  4/26/2018 (Round 2);  1/10/2019 (Round 3);  8/29/2019 (Round 4)

The NextGen HVAC Program supports the development of energy efficient building technologies and new business models for New York’s building industry. This funding opportunity focuses on cutting edge HVAC systems including new renewable heating and cooling systems and the integration of advanced controls.

Revision Date: 8/7/2018


Contact: Michael Genovese
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3103

Contact: Robert Carver
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3242


NY-Sun Commercial / Industrial Incentive Program (PON 3082)

Due Date:  12/29/2023

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) provides performance-based incentives for the installation by Contractors of new grid-connected electric photovoltaic (PV) systems that are ranging from 750kW to 7.5MW in Upstate region. Incentives for residential sites in all regions, nonresidential sites 750kW or less in Upstate and PSEG Long Island regions, and nonresidential sites 7.5MW or less in Con Ed region are available through the NY-Sun Residential/ Nonresidential Program (PON 2112). Funding for the NY-Sun Incentive Program (“Program”) has been allocated by the New York State Clean Energy Fund (CEF) and Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) and the Order Authorizing the Clean Energy Fund Framework, dated January 21, 2016. Incentives will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through December 29, 2023, or until funds are fully committed, whichever comes first. Incentives available are subject to change.

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Commercial.IndustrialPV@nyserda.ny.gov


NY-Sun Residential/Nonresidential Incentive Program (PON 2112)

Due Date:  12/29/2023

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) provides cash incentives and/or financing for the installation by Contractors and Builders of new grid-connected electric photovoltaic (PV) systems for residential sites in any region that are 25kW or less, for nonresidential sites in Upstate and PSEG Long Island regions that are up to 750kW, and for nonresidential sites in Con Ed region that are up to 7.5MW. Incentives for nonresidential sites in Upstate region that are ranging from 750kW to 7.5MW are available through the Commercial/Industrial Program (PON 3082). Funding for the NY-Sun Incentive Program (“Program”) has been allocated by the New York State Clean Energy Fund (CEF) and Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) and the Order Authorizing the Clean Energy Fund Framework, dated January 21, 2016. Incentives will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis, and PV project applications will be accepted through December 29, 2023, or until funds are fully committed, whichever comes first. Total incentives and/or financing available is subject to change.

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Frank Mace
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3433


Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV)-Enabling Technology Development and Demonstration (PON 3578)

Due Date:  2/6/2018 (Round 1);  8/29/2018 (Round 2)

Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Enabling Technology Development and Demonstration Program (PON 3578) rnrnDrives the expansion of the plug-in electric vehicle market and accelerates PEV adoption through innovation and demonstrations. Proposals requested for technology or business strategy research and development, innovative policies or strategic approaches to develop and demonstrate new strategies to help overcome barriers to the market adoption of PEVs.

Revision Date: 2/16/2018


Contact: Patrick Bolton
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3322

Contact: Adam Ruder
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3411

Contact: Nicholas Querques
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3086


Public Transit Technology and Innovation Program (3914)

Due Date:  8/7/2018 (Round 1);  2/21/2019 (Round 2)

The Public Transit Technology and Innovation Program seeks proposals to develop and demonstrate innovative public transportation technologies and strategies. These technologies and strategies must have the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and associated energy consumption of the existing transit bus, rail, and connected intermodal transit systems in New York State.

Revision Date: 8/7/2018


Contact: Richard Mai
(212) 971-5342, Ext. 3476

Contact: Adam Ruder
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3411


Renewable Heat NY Program (PON 3010)

Due Date:  12/31/2021

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) requests applications from eligible contractors to participate in a financial incentive program to install approved high-efficiency, low-emission biomass heating systems for eligible residential and commercial customers.

Revision Date: 8/3/2018


Contact: Matthew McQuinn
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3053


Small Wind Turbine Incentive Program (PON 2439)

Due Date:  12/31/2018

NYSERDA announces the availability of approximately $6 million in incentives to encourage the installation of end-use wind energy systems for residential, commercial, institutional or government use.

Revision Date: 7/12/2018


Contact: Mark Mayhew
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3319

Request for Information (RFI)


Financing Arrangements for Energy Storage Projects in New York State (RFI 4)

Due Date:  12/31/2018

RFI 4 targets energy storage market participants to increase dialogue regarding specific ways in which NY Green Bank can be helpful in financing energy storage projects in NYS by addressing existing market barriers and financing gaps that could impede project development.

Revision Date: 7/26/2018


Contact: solicitations@greenbank.ny.gov

Request for Proposals (RFP)


Sitecore CMS Administration and Web Development (RFP 3919)

Due Date:  8/30/2018

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) owns and operates an instance of Sitecore CMS to manage its public facing websites (nyserda.ny.gov, greenbank.ny.gov, and energyplan.ny.gov). NYSERDA requires consulting services for developing and maintaining websites within the Sitecore CMS 3-tiered, 3-layer development environment.

Revision Date: 7/16/2018


Contact: Robert McKeon
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3538


US Department of Energy Home Energy Score Implementer (RFP 3945)

Due Date:  9/26/2018

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is seeking proposals for implementation of the US Department of Energy’s Home Energy Score to support several pilot initiatives to encourage the adoption of energy efficiency in existing one-to-four family residential buildings in New York State.


Contact: Keith Bohling
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3491

Contact: Laura Geel
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3446

Request for Qualifications (RFQL)


Large Scale Renewables Independent Evaluators (3926)

Due Date:  9/11/2018

Independent Evaluators for NYSERDA’s Large Scale Renewables Procurements - RFQL 3926 establishes a pool of contractors who possess proficiency and technical expertise in the evaluation of large-scale renewable energy generation projects. The pool of Independent Evaluators established through this solicitation will assist NYSERDA with distinct, time-sensitive evaluations for NYSERDA’s large-scale renewable energy solicitations, such as those for Tier 1 Renewable Energy Credits (RECs).

Revision Date: 7/27/2018


Contact: Michele Goyette
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3506

Contact: Liz Hanna
(518) 862-1090, Ext. 3358