Who we are

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

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 renewables

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.

Latest News:

  • SOLAR & STORAGE LIVE, 3-5 OCTOBER 2017

      SOLAR & STORAGE LIVE, 3-5 OCTOBER 2017 RECC to speak and exhibit at Solar & Storage Live, to be held at the NEC, Birmingham. RECC's Chief Executive, Virginia Graham, will be speaking on good practice for installers of battery storage covering: the scope of RECC, consumer protection issues, guidance and the resources available to installers and consumers,to help raise awareness and to help installers maintain a good reputatuon and complete sound work. More information on which stage and what time Virginia will be speaking at, is to follow...

    Posted: 4 September, 2017

  • RHI Reform laid before Parliament

    On 30 August 2017, Regulations were laid before Parliament, to introduce the first part of the RHI reforms announced in December 2016. Subject to the parliamentary process, these will come into force on 20 September 2017. Included in the first part of the reform: • increases to biomass and heat pump tariffs in the Domestic RHI; • the introduction of heat demand limits for biomass and heat pumps in the Domestic RHI; • the extension of expenditure and growth thresholds for the calculation of degression for both the domestic and non-domestic schemes out to July 2018...

    Posted: 1 September, 2017

Renewable Energy Consumer Code Trading Standards approved code TrustMark