The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) will be releasing a change to the MCS Installation Database (MID) on Thursday 5th November.
From 5th November, when you create a MCS Certification you will be asked to clarify whether the installation is domestic or non-domestic, and provide further details regarding the insurance warranty provider and insurance policy if applicable.
The changes are detailed below:
First new question
“Is the installation intended for domestic or non-domestic use?”
Second set of questions
If non-domestic has been selected, an option will appear for you to indicate that no insurance policy has been issued.
For domestic installations or certain non-domestic installations, the details below must be provided:
|Insurance Warranty Provider||Select from a drop down list of providers|
|Insurance Policy or Certificate Number||Enter the insurance policy or certificate number|
|Insurance Policy or Certificate Start Date||Enter the insurance policy or certificate start date|