MCS is a UK recognised quality assurance scheme and as such demonstrates compliance with sectoral standards that companies adhere to. It informs consumers that companies are able to install, or produce their products always in the highest possible quality.
The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is an industry-led and internationally recognised quality assurance scheme, supported by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). MCS itself is a BS EN ISO/IEC 17065:2012 Scheme and was launched in 2008. MCS certifies microgeneration products used to produce electricity and heat from renewable sources. MCS also certifies installation companies to ensure the microgeneration products have been installed and commissioned to the highest standard for the consumer. The certification is based on a set of installer standards and product scheme requirements.
MCS covers electricity generating technologies with a capacity of up to 50kW, and heat generating technologies with a capacity of up to 45kW.
MCS is linked to the Government’s finance schemes and incentives. In order to access the Feed-InTariff (FiTs), Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), or the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP), both the installed product and the installation company must be MCS certified.
SZU is a Certification Body for groups of products and requirements that apply to them, according to MCS, Parts 007, 008 and 010.
Heat pumps (MCS, Part 007); up to 45kW nominal heat output
resp. person: Mr. Jankola
Products burning biomass solid fuels (MCS, Part 008); up to 45kW nominal heat output
resp. person: Mr. Havlů
Audit of company factory production control FPC (MCS, Part 010)
resp. person: Mr. Jankola and Mr. Havlů for audits
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