Exploring Electric Vehicles

Whether you own an electric vehicle (EV) or are considering buying one, the info below will help guide your decisions. In support of New York State's carbon reduction goals and our own commitment towards a carbon-free future - we're here to help you "go electric"! We're increasing the number of EV charging stations across across our service territory, offering low-cost Time of Use charging, and providing tools to learn about the benefits of and incentives to transitioning to an EV vehicle.

Make Ready Incentive Program

PSEG Long Island’s Electric Vehicle Make Ready Program aims to enable EV adoption and provide access to charging stations by investing in infrastructure across the island. This program helps EV chargers become more economically viable for private investment over the long term.
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Direct Current Fast Charging

The PSEG Long Island DC Fast Charge program is designed to encourage the installation of DCFC equipment throughout the service territory. This program will help mitigate the range anxiety that keeps some consumers from purchasing EVs. PSEG Long Island's program is being offered in conjunction with similar programs from other NY utilities, making fast vehicle charging available consistently across the state.
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With rebates, tax credits and other money saving incentives for driving and charging green, you might just save some green as well.

Rebates and Incentives

Please see the links below for Federal and State rebates and incentives.  

Driving Electric Makes Sense

With rebates, tax credits and other money saving incentives for driving and charging green, you might just save some green as well. Drivers of qualified EVs are eligible to receive:

Save money by skipping the gas pump. See your savings when you charge at home versus filling up at the pump. Download our Charging Cost Calculator

Considering an Electric Vehicle

Most people drive less than 40 miles a day. If that’s you, then almost any electric vehicle (EV) will meet your needs. But if travel beyond 40 miles a day, you may want a longer-range vehicle. To make EV ownership as simple as possible, we've collected a quick list of things to consider before you buy or lease. 
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Vehicle Charging Options

Most people charge their EV in in their own garage overnight. In addition, public chargers are available in such places as parking garages, shopping centers and other locations. Charging stations are classified as Level 1, Level 2, or Direct Current (DC) Fast Charging. 
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Super Off-Peak Time-of-Day Rate

EV owners can get up to a 40% discount off the 180 Flat Rate by switching to the Super Off-Peak Time-of-Day Rate and charging overnight.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions. We have answers. Please take a look at our most frequently asked questions and answers! 
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