NICEIC certification for the green revolution.

Renewable technologies are booming in popularity as consumers and businesses seek to cut carbon emissions, offset rising energy costs, and ensure stable energy supplies.
The MCS Contractor Scheme was introduced to help the industry build consumer confidence in the quality of its products and installations. As an NICEIC-registered MCS contractor, you can help your customers take advantage of current government incentives. You’ll be well-positioned to deliver on future government schemes too, as the UK picks up the pace towards net zero.
Our MCS covers the following technologies:

  • Solar Thermal Hot Water

  • Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
  • Heat Pumps (Air and Ground Source)

  • Electrical Energy Storage Systems (EESS)


Scheme requirements

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) scheme and its requirements can be found at

There are essentially 4 elements to becoming an MCS certified installer:

  •  A commitment to quality workmanship
  •  Commitment to customer care
  •  Demonstrate competency
  •  Committing to continual improvement through the deployment of an effective management system

In order to become MCS certificated, it is mandatory for all our members to be registered with a Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) Approved Consumer Code. There are only two options currently available: