The Renewable Energy Consumer Code was set up by the Renewable Energy Association. Our aim is to guarantee a high quality experience for consumers wishing to buy or lease small-scale energy generation systems for their homes. The Renewable Energy Consumer Code logo is a sign that the company has agreed to abide by the high standards set out in our Consumer Code.
Our members are firms selling or leasing small-scale renewable or low carbon heat or power generation unit who have agreed to comply with the Renewable Energy Consumer Code. This Code is backed by Trading Standards Institute as part of its self-regulation initiative, the Consumer Codes Approval Scheme.
Small-scale heat and power systems enable you to generate energy at home from renewable sources. Technologies for doing this include photovoltaic solar panels, small-scale wind and hydro electricity generating units, ground or air source heat pumps, solar water heating panels, boilers or CHP units fuelled by wood chips or pellets.
The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has been working with SolarPower Europe on the ongoing issue of Minimum Import Pricing (MIP) and is now looking for industry to add their name to a letter to the European Commission calling for the end of MIP. The REA has already added its name to a letter from European trade associations and is looking for companies to do the same in a separate letter...
Posted: 16 June, 2016
RECC’s 2015 Annual Report, prepared for the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (TSI), is now available. The report sets out in considerable detail RECC’s wide range of activities and achievements throughout the year. A summary of the report is outlined below or you can access the full report here. RECC membership reduced from 4,100 in 2014 to 3,800 in 2015. Our membership profile continued to change during 2015, with heating and plumbing businesses applying to join and, at the same time, the solar PV sector continuing to consolidate and restructure...
Posted: 14 June, 2016