Consolidated Edison Company of New York
Timothy Cawley is president of Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc., with responsibility for the safety, construction, planning, design, and reliability of Con Edison's energy systems serving more than 9 million New Yorkers. With an emphasis on operational excellence and improving the customer experience, the company provides electricity across New York City's five boroughs and to most of Westchester County. Con Edison also supplies natural gas service in Manhattan, the Bronx, and parts of Queens and Westchester, as well as steam service in Manhattan.
Mr. Cawley's portfolio includes an electric system undergoing transformative change. Renewable resources, technological innovation, and infrastructure improvements supporting greater energy efficiency and enhanced customer information are enabling customers to make smarter energy choices. This transformation includes the five-year implementation of the company's smart meter program.
Mr. Cawley previously served as president and chief executive officer for Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc. (O&R), Consolidated Edison Inc.'s other regulated subsidiary, which operates in suburban New York and New Jersey. Before becoming president and CEO of O&R, Mr. Cawley served in a series of positions of increasing responsibility at both regulated companies, including in roles at Con Edison as SVP of central operations; as VP of substation operations; and as VP of Bronx and Westchester electric operations. He originally joined Con Edison in 1987.
Mr. Cawley holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from New York University and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Union College.
Presentation: The Utility of the Future