The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is an independent scheme that certifies Microgeneration products and installers in accordance with consistent standards. It is designed to evaluate Microgeneration products and installers against robust criteria providing greater protection for consumers.
The MCS is the only certification scheme to cover all Microgeneration products and services, and has support from the Department of Energy and Climate Change, industry and non-governmental groups as a prime method for making a substantial contribution to cutting the UK’s dependency on fossil fuels and carbon dioxide emissions.
To access Renewable Heat Incentive payments, you will need to ensure an MCS approved product and installer is used for your project. Kensa can provide both.
Kensa are a fully accredited MCS installer and manufacture MCS accredited products.
Kensa provides installers with a free of charge remote commissioning with a Kensa Technical Support Specialist. The commissioning process is carried out over the telephone with the installer. No specialist training for the installer is required to commission the system, as Kensa will guide the installer through this process in easy steps.
Once the system is installed and commissioned, Kensa Heat Pumps will issue the client with a commissioning certificate.
This level of support through the installation together with a commissioning certificate, provides the installer and the client with MCS accreditation for the installation and access to RHI Funding.