We are members of the industy accreditations schemes listed below, and also a Thames Water accredited company. We train our engineers to the highest standards across a wide range of disciplines – see ‘our people‘ section for more information.
The Constructionline scheme is available for use by any public and private sector Organisation as an aid when short listing contractors, suppliers and consultants who apply to work for them. It provides information and assurances about the health and safety systems and competence of the organisations who have been Constructionline assessed or accredited.
Gas Safe Register replaced CORGI as the gas registration body in Great Britain and Isle of Man on 1 April 2009 and Northern Ireland and Guernsey on 1 April 2010.
The main focus of the Register is on improving and maintaining gas safety to the highest standards. We make sure all 123,000 gas engineers on the Register are qualified to work with gas.
Gas Safe Register is run by Capita Gas Registration and Ancillary Services Limited, a division of Capita Plc.
The REA was established in 2001 as a not-for-profit trade association, to represent British renewable energy producers and promote the use of renewable energy in the UK. The REA endeavours to achieve the right regulatory framework for renewables to deliver an increasing contribution to the UK’s electricity, heat and transport needs. The Solar Trade Association is affiliated to the REA, and together the two have a combined membership of over 960 members, making the REA by far the largest renewable energy industry association in the UK.
The MCS Database is used to generate an MCS Certificate for a customer’s installation; the certificate should be generated by the installer company within 10 working days of the installation being commissioned. This MCS Certificate can be used by the customer to obtain financial incentives such as FITs. The installation information is stored and used by Energy Suppliers to verify the eligibility of an installation.
MCS is a Scheme which is focussed on ensuring the quality of renewable technology installations and products. It was launched in 2008 and has been developed over the last four years. It is an industry led and funded scheme.
MCS currently has 10 different Technical Working Groups. The MCS Technical Working Groups develop the MCS Standards and Scheme documents which are based on international and European standards already in existence. As well as this, many members of the Technical Working Groups sit on European committees to develop the European Standards. This helps to harmonise MCS with existing EN Standards and ensure that the MCS Standards and Scheme documents are all kept up to date accordingly.