RECC sets out high consumer protection standards for businesses who are selling or leasing renewable energy generation systems to domestic consumers. RECC is approved by Chartered Trading Standards Institute as part of the Consumer Codes Approval Scheme and is also a TrustMark Scheme Operator.
By displaying the logo RECC Members signal they have agreed to abide by the high standards set out in the Consumer Code, following the consumer journey from start to finish, and in the Bye-Laws. Both the Code and the Bye-Laws dovetail with the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) installer standards.
RECC members work with a range of renewable technologies from solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, solar water heating systems, ground and air source heat pumps and boilers fuelled by wood chips or pellets. They also work with common 'add-ons' such as battery storage systems, voltage optimisers and i-boost systems.
Cambridgeshire, Devon, Kent, Suffolk and Sussex councils have confirmed they will be working with independent experts iChoosr to deliver group-buying schemes for solar and storage this autumn. Installers interested in delivering a high volume of high-quality installations in these regions have until the 30th July to apply to participate at www.ichoosr.co.uk/suppliers. Solar Together schemes create volume and efficiencies which allow winning installer(s) to offer lower prices to participants, and still realise a sound profit...
Posted: 15 July, 2020
Some of the UK’s most experienced clean energy experts have joined forces to create a new guide for domestic heat pump installers. This new heat pump guide creates a single source of best practice guidance to support the UK heat pump industry. The Guide has been collaboratively crafted by MCS in partnership with Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC), Energy Saving Trust and Heat Pump Association (HPA). It streamlines advice by providing a single source of best practice on technical guidance and consumer protection...
Posted: 14 July, 2020