Microgeneration Certification Scheme | Eco-Exmoor

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A Renewable Energy System is a long term investment and you want a system that is properly installed and built to last.

It is vital that you choose an Green Energy installer that is recognised by the industry as fully qualified, reliable and offers insurance to cover the work they do. Below are a list of Eco-Exmoor’s accreditations to reassure you.

Microgeneration Certification SchemeMicrogeneration Certification Scheme

Eco-Exmoor are accredited under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) for solar PV and solar thermal (certificate number 1635 ). You must use an MCS approved contractor in order to qualify for feed in tariffs and the renewable heat incentive.

Renewable Energy Consumer CodeThe Renewable Energy Consumer Code

Eco-Exmoor are members of the Renewable Energy Association Assurance Scheme and adhere to the Renewable Energy Consumer Code.

 The Solar Trade AssociationSolar Trade Association

Eco-Exmoor are members of the Solar Trade association, the leading voice for the solar industry in the UK

NICEIC Approved Domestic Solar Installer

NICEIC Approved installer

NICEIC is the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting, an independent consumer safety organisation.

 

CPA Insurance Backed GuaranteeCPA Member

you are protected from the word “go”

It is essential to make sure an insurance policy is in place and given to you, by way of business, when having home improvement works carried out on your property,  to protect you from unforseeable circumstances.

However, there are many companies that only ‘offer’ this service and do not give it, leaving many homeowners believing they are covered when they are not.

An Insurance Backed Guarantee (IBG) is valuable protection in the unlikely event of the Consumer Protection Association member ceasing to trade due to liquidation or bankruptcy.

The guarantee given by the CPA installing company is valid the whole time they are trading and so any defects should be corrected by them.If, due to the liquidation, receivership, administration or winding up of the business due to bankruptcy, state retirement or death of the principal(s), the company no longer exists, faults appearing after they cease to trade will be covered by the IBG.

Depending on the work undertaken the IBG is available for a period up to 10 years and is backed by an authorised insurer.THE Consumer Protection Association

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