Fleet Owners and Operators
Tools and Services
Electric Vehicle Fleet Assessment Services
If you are an owner or operator of a vehicle fleet registered in New York State and you are considering converting your fleet to plug-in electric vehicles, you are eligible to apply through this website for assistance from your utility service provider to help prepare your fleet for electric vehicle charging.
The resources below will help guide you through the Fleet Assessment Services. Check back regularly for updates to this table.
|EV Power Ready Fleet Assessment Services||A landing page for this program containing background, application and submission instructions.|
|Fleet Assessment Service Application (PDF)||Conduct an assessment to understand your options for converting your fleet to electric vehicles.|
|Medium- And Heavy-Duty Make-Ready
Pilot Program Implementation Plan (PDF)
The MHDPPIP is designed to reduce diesel emissions by encouraging the conversion of medium- and heavy-duty fleets to electric vehicles.
Site & Fleet Electrification Calculator
Everything you need to get started planning the electrification of your site or fleet with O&R.
- Energy Bill Analysis. Evaluate how your charging project will affect your Orange & Rockland bill.
- Rate Comparison. Identify the right Orange & Rockland rate for your project.
- Fuel Savings. Calculate the savings of electrification.
- Incentives. Save even more with rebates and incentives.
Medium- and Heavy-Duty Fleet Make-Ready Pilot Program
The Medium- and Heavy-Duty Pilot Program (MHDPP) is designed to reduce diesel emissions by encouraging the conversion of medium- and heavy-duty fleets to electric vehicles (EVs) in the utilities’ service territories. The Pilot Program focuses particularly on disadvantaged communities (DACs) and offers incentives to mitigate the cost of developing EV charging capacity for qualifying medium- and heavy-duty fleets. The incentives cover up to 90% of the utility-side make-ready costs.
Eligibility: New York Truck Voucher Incentive / New York City Clean Trucks Program participation: To qualify for the Pilot Program incentives, fleet owners or managers must receive support, through either the New York Truck Voucher Incentive Program or the New York City Clean Trucks Program. Participation in either of these programs demonstrates that the Pilot Program applicant is replacing an older, polluting diesel truck with a clean vehicle technology that dramatically reduces or eliminates tailpipe pollution. Documentation of participation in the Voucher Incentive Program or Clean Truck Program must be provided.
| Utility-Side Upgrade Required
||Customer-Side Upgrade Required|
|LDV Only (Class 1-2)||Power Ready covers up to 50, 90 or 100%
||Power Ready covers up to 50, 90 or 100%|
|Mixed Fleet (LDV/MHDV)||Power Ready covers covers up to eligible % of LDV assets
MHDPP covers up to 90% of MHDV assets
|Power Ready covers up to eligible % of LDV assets|
|MHDV Only (Class 3-8)
||MHDPP covers up to 90%||N/A|
|Vehicle Class||Vehicle Weight|
|Light-duty vehicles - Class 1
|Light-duty vehicles - Class 2
||6,001 - 10,000
|Medium-duty vehicle - Class 3||10,001 - 14,000
|Medium-duty vehicle - Class 4
||14,001 - 16,000
|Medium-duty vehicle - Class 5
||16,001 - 19,500|
|Medium-duty vehicle - Class 6
||19,501 - 26000|
|Heavy-duty vehicle - Class 7
||26,001 - 33,000
|Heavy-duty vehicle - Class 8
For more details on program eligibility or how to participate, please email us
State & Federal Incentives
Medium- and heavy-duty EV charging infrastructure program savings can be stacked with these New York incentives:
|New York State Tax Credit for Public
and Workplace Charging
|Get a tax credit of up to $5,000 for the purchase and installation of an electric vehicle charging station through the end of 2022.
|New York State's Truck Voucher Incentive
||Funding is available for the replacement of older, diesel-fueled vehicles.
|Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Clean Bus Program
|With funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the EPA’s new Clean School Bus Program provides $5 billion over the next five years (FY 2022-2026) to replace existing school buses with zero-emission and low-emission models.
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