Timothy P. Cawley
Timothy P. Cawley oversees the activities of Con Edison, Inc.’s two regulated utilities, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, and Orange and Rockland Utilities, which energize the lives of over 10 million people across the company’s service territory. Con Edison’s resilient and flexible grid allows the company to deliver world-class reliability.
Mr. Cawley is leading the charge of Con Edison’s Clean Energy Commitment to combat climate change. Through its Clean Energy Businesses, Con Edison has invested more than $6 billion in renewable energy projects. Today, Con Edison is the second-largest solar energy producer in North America.
Con Edison’s commitment to a cleaner energy future will be realized through more renewable resources, technological innovation, and infrastructure improvements that support greater energy efficiency and enhanced customer information. Emphasis on electric vehicles and the shift towards a carbon-free energy future are prompting pursuit of new opportunities for innovative, inclusive partnerships among stakeholders.
Mr. Cawley also oversees Con Edison Transmission, which has expanded and diversified the company’s energy portfolio, and focuses on providing greater access to renewable energy supplies.
Mr. Cawley serves as a director of the Edison Electric Institute and the American Gas Association boards. He is a member of the executive committee for the Partnership for New York City.
Before becoming president of Con Edison, Mr. Cawley served as president and CEO of O&R. Earlier, he held a series of increasingly important senior roles. He originally joined Con Edison in 1987.
Mr. Cawley earned an M.B.A. from New York University and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Union College.