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ConEdison Office in the Bronx (Morris Heights)

We detail how to visit ConEdison's Bronx office, along with how to start and end service, choose an alternate ESCO, and make sense of your monthly bill.

ConEdison's Bronx Location

You can visit ConEdison in the Bronx to pay your monthly bill in exact payment only.

1775 Grand Concourse
Between 174th & 175th St
Bronx, NY 10453

The Bronx office is open from 8:30AM - 5PM, Monday through Friday.

Getting There: Subway Service

The closest train stops are:

B, D - 174 - 175 Sts 
4 - 176 St
 

Nearby ConEdison Offices

  1. ConEdison Office in Manhattan (Harlem) Distance: 3.3 mi.

How to Start ConEdison Service in the Bronx

If you are moving into a new home in the Bronx, you will need to contact ConEdison's main customer service line at least 24 hours in advance to be sure that your natural gas or electricity service is turned on in time. You will need to provide the following information to open a new account:

  1. Full name
  2. New address
  3. Planned move-in date
  4. Phone number
  5. Social security or passport number

ConEdison's main customer service line is 1-800-752-6633, and you can call from Monday to Sunday, 1:00 AM - 11:00 PM.

Choosing an Alternative Supplier (ESCO)

ConEdison is your default provider for natural gas and/or electricity service, which means they cover all services related to:

  1. Delivery, or all costs linked to getting energy to your home
  2. Supply, or the cost of the energy you consume + customer service charges

All ConEdison customers in the Bronx have the right to choose an alternate Energy Supply Company (ESCO) for their energy supply services - and possibly save in the process.

Before picking an ESCO, you will need to contact ConEdison to start your service. This is because your ESCO will need your ConEdison account information in order to make the switch. Most ESCOs do not charge a fee to begin service, but there are other common contract terms that you should be informed about.

We recommend only fixed rate plans with alternate suppliers. Read more about how ESCOs work.

How to End Service

If you are moving out of ConEdison service territory, you will need to call customer service at least 24 hours in advance to be sure you are not billed for extra time.

Most fixed rate ESCO plans feature an early cancellation fee, but it can usually be waived if you provide proof of your move. Often this must be done 30 days in advance of your move-out date. Be sure to check your individual contract for specifics. 

Bill Charges with ConEdison

Your ConEdison bill features charges divided by supplydelivery, and state and local taxes. Most residential customers are charged under the SC1 service classification.

The chart below depicts a typical ConEdison bill, as divided by supply, delivery, and taxes.

 

 

ConEdison Background

Founded in 1823, ConEdison serves the greater New York City area. ConEdison serves over 3.3 million electricity customers and over 1.1 million natural gas customers across Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and Westchester.

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