Con Edison Multi-Family Energy Efficiency Program

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The Con Edison Multi-Family Energy Efficiency Program (MFEEP) is designed to help reduce energy costs and promote energy efficiency in small to mid-sized multi-family buildings in New York City and Westchester County. The program is implemented for Con Edison by the Association for Energy Affordability, Inc. (AEA).

Buildings that participate in the program can receive financial incentives for approved energy efficiency upgrades to building systems and specified in-unit measures described below. An energy survey is provided to identify opportunities for energy savings.

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Buildings with 5 to 75 units (including rent-controlled, rent-stabilized and market-rate rentals, co-ops, and condos) with an active Con Edison common area electric or firm gas account that pays into the System Benefits Charge (SBC) are eligible for this program.

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Program Eligible Measures Include (but are not limited to):

  • Heating system upgrades to high efficiency equipment
  • Heating control installation, including energy management systems, boiler reset controls, and programmable thermostats
  • Roof and heating pipe insulation
  • High efficiency fluorescent lighting, occupancy sensors, and LED exit signs
  • Premium efficiency motors for pumps and fans
  • Central air conditioning upgrades

In apartment units, free measures may include installation of CFLs and smart strips. Depending on the Con Edison account type, low-flow showerheads and kitchen faucet aerators may also be provided. In addition, the program offers incentives for replacement of inefficient old refrigerators and room air conditioners.

  • To view a fact sheet that contains a more detailed description of incentives available under the program, click here.

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If you are the owner or property manager of one or more properties that you believe qualify for this program, you can:

  • Obtain more program information and speak to an Account Manager by submitting a program inquiry form. Please fill out the program inquiry form here.
  • Obtain program application forms here.

To view answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Con Edison's Multi-Family Energy Efficiency Program, click here.

For more information about the Con Edison Multi-Family Energy Efficiency Program, please call out toll-free InfoLine at 877-634-9443 or e-mail us at

To find out about other Con Edison energy efficiency programs visit or call 877-870-6118. For help with billing questions or service matters, please call Con Edison directly at 800-75-CONED (800-752-6633).

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To view our most recent Participating Contractors List*, please click here.
For a list of Participating Contractors* who perform oil to gas conversions, please click here.

If you are a contractor interested in learning how to participate in the program, please contact Matthew Rolnick at or call him at 718-292-6733 extension 8288 and leave your contact information. Be sure to identify yourself as a contractor. You will be contacted directly by an AEA representative with information about the contractor qualification process and upcoming orientation sessions.

*Participants in the program are responsible for selecting contractors to perform installation work.

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To learn about the Con Edison MFEE Program 2011 Achievement Award winners, please click here.

To view a spotlight by WPIX on the Green Team and Con Edison Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program, please click here.
To view an article about the program featured in the 2011 April issue of Habitat Magazine, please click here.

To view a spotlight by Habitat Magazine on 55 Hudson "Hitting the Lotto" by participating in the Con Edison Multi-Family Energy Efficiency Program, please click here.

Case Studies

Con Edison incentives helped reduce building operating costs at 733 East 9th Street, Manhattan. Click here to read the case study.

Incentives from Con Edison helped the board at 55 Hudson Street, Manhattan get $10,000 for boiler replacement. Click here to read the case study.