NICEIC’s Energy & Environment team has expressed its delight that NG Bailey has successfully registered onto its Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) for installers.
The MCS is a product and installer certification based scheme which covers the various microgeneration technologies. Its aim is to help to build up a UK microgeneration market by improving public perceptions of these technologies.
NICEIC was quick to recognise the potential of the MCS and it has seen rising demand to gain registration on its scheme. The microgeneration sector is set to grow further with the announcement of renewable installation funding, including the Feed In Tariffs (FITs) which came into effect in April 2010. NICEIC also recently announced details of a new Solar Photovoltaic (PV) course it has developed to support its MCS, which provides electrical contractors with valuable knowledge and skills about this important energy generating technology.
“We are absolutely thrilled to welcome a company of the size and stature of NG Bailey onto our MCS Installer Scheme,” says Emma McCarthy, chief operating officer of NICEIC. “We have already identified a number of other services and products we can provide for them and look forward to developing our relationship in the future.”