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About MCS

MCS is a mark of quality and demonstrates
compliance to industry standards that companies
strive to meet. It highlights to consumers that
companies are able to consistently install or
manufacture to the highest quality every time.

Today, the Microgeneration Certification Scheme published a four week consultation on MIS 3005 and supporting documents.

As well as clarifying several requirements in the Standard, the Compliance Certificate and Handover Pack Information have been reviewed to remove duplication.

The MCS Heat Pump Performance Estimate Guidance has been created to assist the MCS Contractor when carrying out performance estimate quotes.

A new version of MCS 008 (Product Certification Scheme Requirements – Biomass - Issue 3.0) has now been published.

We are delighted to announce that over 1 million MCS certified systems have now been installed!

MCS has published the October 2016 edition of the newsletter.

MCS and the wider renewable industry is awaiting the publication of the Government Response expected in Autumn in relation to the RHI Consultation which closed in April 2016.

MCS has been receiving an increasing number of reports from consumers claiming to have been contacted by companies – cold calling and offering free health checks on their Solar PV installations in conjunction with MCS. MCS is aware that the brand is being misrepresented by individuals and companies claiming to either be working for, or with, the MCS carrying out these checks. 

The MCS Installation Database (MID) will be undergoing planned maintenance on Thursday 4th August from 12.30pm to 1.00pm. The MID will not be accessible during this period.

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme published a six week consultation on extending the scope of MCS 014, MCS 015, MIS 3007 and MIS 3007-2 to cover add-on units on Monday 1st August 2016. 

Following the consultation on the proposed closure of the Northern Ireland Renewables Obligation (NIRO) to new small scale onshore wind, the NIRO has now closed to onshore wind operators with a capacity of 5MW and under in Northern Ireland.

MCS has been made aware of several companies that are offering Solar PV/Thermal upgrades and maintenance in partnership with MCS.

We would like to confirm that MCS has not partnered with any installation or maintenance companies.