In order for a solar PV installation to be eligible for the feed-in tariff it must be installed by an installer approved under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS). There are a number of criteria for a company becoming MCS registered for Solar PV installations and a number of sources of detailed information which you will need to access in order to complete the process.
Becoming certified under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme also requires that you become registered for the REAL Assurance Scheme which is a consumer protection code specifically for the Microgeneration industry.
Solar PV training is a vital part of the process and we maintain a comprehensive and current directory of training courses and organisations available across the country enabling you to look for a training course near you.
Segen’s reseller portal includes extensive information and help on this process, including contact details for certification bodies, training suppliers and documentation available for free so please request a login if you are considering becoming an MCS certified installer of solar PV systems enabling you to access this valuable information resource.