Our accreditations

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Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS)

This is the most important accreditation to look out for. It’s an independent scheme that guarantees consistently high standards for microgeneration products and installers, following a strict code of practice that meets the guidelines set by the Office of Fair Trading Consumer Code Approval Scheme. Crucially, it’s also linked to financial incentives like the feed-in tariff, meaning that if your installer isn’t MCS-accredited, you won’t qualify for payments.


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Renewable Energy Assurance Listed (REAL)

This accreditation is managed by the Renewable Energy Association, a not-for-profit trade association established in 2001 to represent British renewable energy producers and promote renewable energy in the UK. We’ve always acted in our customers’ best interests and REAL listing recognises this. It’s your guarantee of exceptional customer service, and shows we’ve agreed to abide by the high standards set out in the REAL Consumer Code 2010.


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National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC)

The NICEIC Approved Contractor scheme is an industry-leading standard that tells you to expect the highest level of skills and service. It’s approved by the UK Accreditation Service (UKAS) to EN 45011, meaning it’s independently and fairly run. As an approved contractor we’re inspected yearly. We design, install, inspect and test our electrical work in accordance with the UK standard, BS 7671, and issue safety certificates once the work’s complete.


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Constructionline

Constructionline is a UK Government Certification Scheme, certifying that EcoHill has met pre-qualification requirements appropriate to public and private sector procurement.


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National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC)

NICEIC’s Part P Domestic Installer Scheme registers installers to Full Scope or Defined Competence for domestic electrical installation work in accordance with Part P Building Regulations. The scheme covers design, installation, inspection and testing and certification of electrical work associated with dwellings, intended to operate at low or extra low voltage.