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.
|MCS Committee:||MCS Technical Working Groups|
|Purpose:||The MCS Technical Working Groups develop the MCS standards and scheme documents. Many members of the Technical Working Groups sit on European committees to develop the European Standards. This helps to harmonise MCS with existing EN Standards and ensure that the MCS standards and scheme documents are all kept up to date accordingly.
MCS currently has 13 Technical Working Groups.
|Terms of Reference:||MCS Technical Working Group ToR|
|Membership:||Please refer to ToR for details on how to join the MCS Technical Working Group.
|Minutes:||Solar Thermal||Meeting minutes 2017.02.21|
|Solar Photovoltaic||Meeting minutes 2018.03.21|
|Micro and Small Wind||Meeting minutes 2015.04.16|
|Medium Wind||Meeting minutes 2015.02.03|
|Biomass||Meeting minutes 2017.11.16|
|Heat Pumps||Meeting minutes 2017.11.01|
|Micro CHP||Meeting minutes 2016.02.19|
|Roofing Issues||Meeting minutes 2018.03.21|
|MCS 001||Meeting minutes 2018.01.24|
|MCS 010 and MCS 011||Meeting minutes 2017.01.16|
|Competency||Meeting minutes 2018.01.18|
|Metering||Meeting minutes 2016.03.02|