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MCS pledges action for Green Great Britain Week

This week is the Government’s first ever Green Great Britain week (15 – 19 October 2018). Set to become an annual event, the Government’s vision for Green GB week is to highlight the opportunities presented by clean growth and raise awareness of how people can support climate action, not least of which is through households adopting small scale onsite renewable technologies to meet their heating and energy needs.

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MCS Scheme Update – Revision to MCS Branding Guidelines

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) has today launched a revised version of the Microgeneration Certification Scheme Brand Guidelines (version 3.0) with references to the ‘Secretary of State’ replaced with the ‘MCS Charitable Foundation’. This revision has been made to align with the new structure and ownership of the MCS Scheme. You can view the new MCS Branding Guidelines here.

If you have any questions regarding the branding guidelines or the website please contact mcs@gemserv.com

 

MCS Scheme Update – New Version of the MGD 001 Guidance Document

Today, MCS has published Issue 1.2 of MGD 001, the guidance document to accompany MCS 001-1 MCS Contractor Certification Scheme Requirements Part 1: Requirements for MCS Contractors.

Guidance on satisfying clause 4 in MCS 001-1 (Contracts and customer requirements) has been updated to align with the introduction of the Assignment of Rights (AoR) to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Read more

FAQ – Per Installation Fee Increase

Following previous communication, the MCS Steering Group met on 5th December 2017 and agreed an increase of the per installation fee to £30 to take place on or as soon as practicable after 1st March 2018. Post-novation, the MCSSCo Board of Directors unanimously supported this decision.
This fee was agreed as the minimum increase necessary to allow the Scheme to function with a balanced budget.

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