PAS 2030 installer scheme

Support your customers in improving their energy efficiency. 

Demand for energy-efficient technologies is growing as consumers and businesses look to cut carbon emissions and reduce energy costs. The NICEIC PAS 2030 Installer Scheme demonstrates your compliance with the requirements for installing energy-efficiency measures. 
PAS 2030 certification also enables you to access funding for your customers under the Energy Companies Obligation (ECO). You’ll be well-positioned to deliver on future government schemes too, as the UK picks up pace towards net zero. 
Work covered by the PAS 2030 Installer Scheme includes:

  • Heating: including condensing boilers, gas/LPG/oil-fired heating (domestic and non-domestic), heating controls, under-floor heating, flue gas recovery, heating systems insulation (pipes and cylinders), and warm air units 

  • Insulation: including cavity walls, loft, pitched roof, flat roof, external wall, internal wall, hybrid and floor and draught-proofing 

  • Electrical: including lighting controls (non-domestic only), light fittings, storage heaters. 

Pricing for the NICEIC PAS 2030 Installer scheme is based on the number of individual measures you want to be assessed for. 

Scheme requirements


  •  Records of activities relating to PAS 2030
  •  A process for ensuring and recording all equipment is calibrated and maintained
  • A process for identifying and resolving product and process non-conformities
  • A process for declaring that installations meet the requirements of PAS 2030


  •  There is an individual responsible for the business's certification and all activities relating to PAS 2030 (usually a business owner or director)
  •  A health and safety policy that identifies risks associated with the installation of energy efficiency measures
  •  That all product storage and transportation is conducted safely and in accordance to manufacturer’s instructions
  •  Management of subcontractors (if applicable)
  •  A process that details the work specific tasks that should be undertaken for each installation
  •  A process for managing any changes in specification that will change the installation process
  •  Work is undertaken by competent persons and in compliance with the Building Regulations relevant to the country(ies) in which the company operates

Qualifications & experience

  •  That all employees and subcontractors maintain competence and are appropriately trained
  •  A process for assigning work to the appropriate staff and supervising their work
  •  Work is inspected and verified by the appropriate competent person