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What do we do?

We offer a completely free, no obligation service to find you the most competitive solar information available based on your individual requirements. 

 We contact our trusted Suppliers to provide you with the best quote, without any obligation. We only deal with reputable Solar companies that are registered with the following

Who are MCS (Microgeneration Certificate Scheme)?

Microgeneration Certification Scheme ( MCS) is an internationally reocgnised quality assurance scheme, supported by the Department of Energy and Climate Change. MCS certifies microgeneration technologies used to produce electricity and head from renewable sources.

MCS is also an eligibility requirement for the Government's financial incentives, which include the Feed-in Tariff and the Renewable Heat Incentive.

Why should we use MCS?

Only installations completed by MCS Approved Installers are eligible to claim financial support including feed-in-tariffs (for electricity) and renewable heat incentives (FIT and RHI). Customers are drawn to seeking approved installers because without the financial incentives they are unlikely to proceed with microgeneration work.

Planning Permission - there are increasing circumstances in which planning permission is waived under "permitted development" rules - some of these are only permitted if an MCS Approved Installer is used.

Building guarantees (such as NHBC) and property insurance are also beginning to reference MCS approval in their guidelines and policies.

Carrying the MCS Approved Installer logo does much more than simply display allegiance to a brand; it demonstrates to customers that the Solar Energy Providers are competent, trustworthy, reliable and safe - and that they will be assured that their installation complies with the industry standards.

Who are MCS (Microgeneration Certificate Scheme)?

The Renewable Energy Consumer Code was set up by the Renewable Energy Association. Their aim is to guarantee a high quality experience for consumers wishing to buy or lease small-scale energy generation systems for their homes. The Renewable Energy Consumer Code logo is a sign that the company has agreed to abide by the high standards set out in our Consumer Code.

Members of the RECC:

Our members are firms selling or leasing small-scale renewable or low carbon heat or power generation unit who have agreed to comply with the Renewable Energy Consumer Code. This Code is backed by Trading Standards Institute as part of its self-regulation initiative, the Consumer Codes Approval Scheme.

RECC Scheme:

s members of the Renewable Energy Consumer Code, firms agree to abide by the Renewable Energy Consumer Code. It covers all the factors that contribute to a high standard of consumer service, before, during and after a contract is agreed

These include:

Clear information on the systems planned and their performance

Acceptable sales and marketing techniques

Arrangements for installing and connecting the system

The selection and quality of goods supplied

Details of the conditions of business that apply

The standard of any installation and other on-site work

Guarantees, and any maintenance and after-sales services needed

What action will be taken to deal with any problems, and

Arrangements for monitoring and continuously improving the Code.

There is a Supervisory Panel whose role is to oversee the Scheme. It is chaired by an independent consumer representative. A majority of the Panel members are independent of the industry. All our Panel Members are dedicated to representing the greater good of the sustainable energy industry rather than any individual sector within it. 

 The Scheme is managed by Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary company of the Renewable Energy Association who sponsors the Scheme. Click here to view the Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd Bye-Laws which govern the Scheme.


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