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SmartCharge NY Adds Tesla Model 3 Support For Discounts On EV Charging In New York

November 21st, 2018 | by Chris Boylan

One of the benefits of being an early adopter (or first follower) of clean energy solutions is the incentives available to help lessen our dependence on fossil fuels. Many national, state, and local governments offer some forms of incentives for consumers to make the switch from fossil fuels to electricity; to upgrade from gasoline or diesel vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs). In some locations, you can even get some financial help when you install an EV charging station at your home or business


Tesla Plans To Triple Energy Storage Business This Year

May 3rd, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

In its Q1 earnings letter, Tesla repeated its claim that its energy storage business will triple in 2018. Powerwall residential battery installations are up and production of the SolarRoof tiles is expected to increase significantly in the second half of 2018.


Tesla In Talks To Supply Battery Storage To Con Edison

February 17th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

Tesla is teaming with Orange & Rockland Utilities, a subsidiary of Consolidated Edison, to test the effectiveness of grid scale battery storage systems for selected commercial and industrial customers. If successful, this could lead to a major new source of business for Tesla.


New York: Lower the Cost of EV Charging with SmartCharge New York

December 19th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

FleetCarma has partnered with Consolidated Edison to help New York customers lower the cost of charging their electric cars through the SmartCharge New York program. In general, the electricity needed to charge a battery costs about half the price of gasoline. But utility rates vary depending on time of day. Charging your car during off-peak hours can save you a lot of money compared to peak rates and it helps the utility company to balance grid demand



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