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HOW NYC CO-OPS/CONDOS SAVE ENERGY

Con Edison's New Area Growth Zones for Gas with a Sweet Incentive

New York City, The Bronx

Converting to Natural Gas Just Got a Little Easier
April 9, 2015

The other cost, typically referred to the "capital construction cost," is the cost for Con Edison to provide and install gas facilities up to your building's property line — that is, the cost of making the connection from the gas line in the street to your building.

Buildings within the just-announced zones may be eligible to connect at no cost for a single firm-gas service. The goal of this zone approach is to allow Con Edison to coordinate construction activity to reduce disruption and noise in neighborhoods. Each zone has an applicable timeline and terms for eligibility, with participation deadlines as early as May 8, 2015.

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Click here to view timelines and other information for Manhattan, and here to view the same for The Bronx. To view Con Edison's future Area Growth plan through 2019, click here.

To be included as an Area Growth Zone participant, Con Edison must receive the following documents by the deadline indicated in your zone's corresponding timeline:

A 2016 Area Growth Acknowledgment Letter must be signed by either the building owner or a duly authorized board member (please note property managers/managing agents are not authorized to sign this letter) submitted to Con Edison at gasconversions@conEd.com with the applicable zone indicated in the subject line; and.

An electronic gas service request submitted to Con Edison at conEd.com/es with applicable zone indicated in the 'Scope of Work' section of the request.

For more information about Con Edison's Area Growth Zones, available incentives and FAQ's, please visit www.conEd.com/gasconversions.

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