Consolidated Edison

Electric and natural gas company in New York

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About Consolidated Edison

Founded in 1823, the Consolidated Edison Company, commonly referred to as ConEd or Con Edison, has become one of the world’s largest energy delivery companies. ConEd is a utility company that serves 10 million customers in various parts of New York, and is dedicated to the delivery and maintenance of high quality services. The Con Edison service area includes the five boroughs of New York City and Westchester County, including Yonkers.

New York has a deregulated electricity market, which means consumers can either choose to stay with their utility company or purchase an electricity plan from an energy service company, also called an ESCO. If you live in the ConEd service area and do not choose an ESCO, you will be enrolled in ConEd’s standard service. Enter your ZIP code above to see electricity rates from ESCOs in your area.

Con Edison electricity rates

Plan Name Plan Length Rate
Public Power - 4 Month Fixed 4 months $0.0919 / kWh
Public Power - 12 Month Fixed 12 months $0.0929 / kWh
Public Power - 24 Month Fixed 24 months $0.0929 / kWh
Constellation - 36 Month Electricity Plan - NYC 36 months $0.1029 / kWh
Constellation - 12 Month Green Electricity Plan - NYC 12 months $0.1059 / kWh
Constellation - 12 Month Electricity Plan - NYC 12 months $0.1079 / kWh
Verde Energy - Clean Power 24 24 months $0.1169 / kWh
Verde Energy - Clean Power 12 12 months $0.1179 / kWh

Please note: All rates above are accurate as of 7/1/2020 for utility Consolidated Edison. Rates may have changed since this date. For the most up to date rates in your area, please enter your zip code above.

Understanding deregulated energy

Because New York’s electricity market is deregulated, you have many more options for your energy supply. With so many ESCOs to choose from as well as your local utility’s offering, it can be challenging to make a choice. If you are new to deregulation or need a refresher, get started with a few of our best guides and some common questions.

What is an ESCO and what is a utility company?

Utility company: An energy company such as ConEd that sells and delivers energy to consumers and maintains power lines. This is who you call when you have a power outage.

ESCO: In deregulated energy areas, independent providers compete to offer lower prices and better plans. In New York, these are called energy service companies (ESCOs).

Which ESCOs can I choose from?

Constellation, Public Power, and Verde Energy are just a few of many ESCOs available to Consolidated Edison consumers. Choose Energy works with top energy companies across the country to bring our customers the best selection of electricity rates and plan. To see what these ESCOs and others are offering in your area, enter your ZIP code above.

What is Consolidated Edison’s rate to compare?

The rate to compare, also called the price to compare, is the rate you will be enrolled in with ConEd if you do not choose an ESCO. It is listed in cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) and can be found on your bill. When you shop for electricity plans, use this rate to know if you can get cheaper energy from an ESCO or if it’s best to stay with your utility company.

Contact Consolidated Edison

If you live in the ConEd service area, contact the company for power outages whether or not you purchase electricity from them. If you are a Con Edison customer, you can also contact the company for billing or plan questions. If you signed up with an independent ESCO, you will need to contact that energy provider for questions about your plan or rate.

  • For bill pay and management, log in to your ConEd account here.
  • Report a power outage to ConEd on the company website.
  • Contact ConEd customer service through this form or at 1-800-752-6633.

Updated: 6/22/2020