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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.

Please note, this event is for Fire and Rescue Services in the UK only. This event is not aimed at installer or manufacturing companies.

Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is hosting a free event focussing on fire safety and solar photovoltaic (PV) installations. 


The rate for the Non PV Feed in Tariff is set to remain at the current rate until the 31st March 2014.

The rate for the PV Feed in Tariff is set to remain at the current rate until the 1st July 2013.

Request for information on test points for heat pumps

MCS has today issued a request for information on test points used by heat pump manufacturers. 

MCS has today issued a request for comments on the draft MCS 006 small wind product standard and the RUK small wind standard.

The new PV Guide has today been released, alongside a newly updated MIS 3002 Issue 3.0 which reflects the changes in the new PV Guide.

The new PV Guide has been a long time coming and is the culmination of over two years work from the MCS Solar PV Working Group, together with support from the Electrical Contractors Association (the ECA), to improve the guidance for installation companies and the standards for PV installations across the UK. It contains a number of new sections which bring the previous DTi Guide up to speed with newer technologies and the fast paced changes in the PV sector.

In February/March 2013, the Solar Power UK Roadshows will focus on restarting the market!  A series of seven, half-day events taking place in locations across the UK will look at how to improve the way you sell and promote your solar business.

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MCS has today launched a new standard which outlines the requirements for MCS installer companies who also wish to install microgeneration measures under the Green Deal.

The rate for the Feed in Tariff is set to remain at 15.44p/kWh until the 1st May 2013. 

On Tuesday 26th February 2013, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is hosting this free event as part of the UK-wide Working Well Together (WWT) campaign.