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Accreditations

HW Renewables are members of many important, trusted accreditations that include:

Trust Mark

We are member of Trust mark.

TrustMark is the nationwide Government backed scheme to help consumers find proffessional and reliable tradesmen to carry out work in the home improvement industry. You can search for us on the Trust mark website.

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Trust Mark

NIC EIC

National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting

NICEIC is the UK’s leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. It has been assessing the electrical competence of electricians for nearly sixty years and currently maintains a roll of over 26,000 registered contractors.

NICEIC provide certification to HW Renewables Ltd. Their focus is supporting HW Renwables to ensure we are always ontop of the game in the electrical/heating industry.

NICEIC provide a number of products and services specifically tailored to help HW Renewables meet the changing nature of the construction industry. This includes training, technical advice, certification and information on all the latest industry developments. NICEIC has developed a reputation amongst consumers, specifiers of work and industry for promoting safety, integrity and technical excellence.

HW Renewables undergo a rigorous assessment process, covering a representative sample of our work, our premises, documentation, equipment, and the competence of the HW Renewables key supervisory staff. HW Renewables Ltd are re-assessed on a regular basis to ensure continued compliance.

All electrical work in dwellings in England and Wales, must meet the requirements of Part P of the Building Regulations. It must either be reported to the local-authority building-control, or be carried out by an electrician who is registered with one of the Government-approved scheme providers. By law, all homeowners and landlords must be able to prove that all electrical installation work meets Part P, or they will be committing a criminal offence.

Local authorities can make homeowners or landlords remove or alter any work that does not meet the Building Regulations.

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NIC EIC

Joint Industry Board

Gas Safe

All our gas and heating engineers are fully equipped in their profession and updated yearly on the Gas safe NVQ qualification. All our engineers are Gas Safe registered and carry an identity card with them at all times. The front of the card has a photograph of the engineer, a registration number and an expiry date and the reverse shows the different categories of work that the engineer is qualified to undertake, e.g. cookers, boilers, gas fires.

We guarantee all work for a minimum of 12 months and as required by law, we hold a 5 million pound public liability insurance, 10 million pound employee liability insurance and 5 million pound Products Liability so giving every one of our customers peace of mind

Joint Industry Board

Joint Industry Board

Elecsa

Change and Part P

Part P of the building regulations was introduced January 2005 and for the first time, established a minimum safety standard for electrical installations in dwellings. As a result, electrical work became notifiable to local authorities such as NICEIC. Under Part P you can ensure that all your works have been notified to NICEIC and inspected by building control bodies. All electrical works must comply BS 7671 British standards Building Regulations.

Elecsa

Elecsa

MCS

Microgeneration certification scheme

Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is a nationally recognised quality assurance scheme, supported by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.

MCS certifies microgeneration technologies used to produce electricity and heat from renewable sources.

MCS is also an eligibility requirement for the Government’s financial incentives, which include the Feed-in Tariff and the Renewable Heat Incentive.

MCS ensures technicians installing renewable technologies are correctly qualified and their work is professional and safe. MCS also ensures that the products used are developed to a high industry standard.

MCS (The Microgeneration Certification Scheme)

MCS (The Microgeneration Certification Scheme)

RECC

Renewable Energy Consumer Code

The Renewable Energy Consumer Code is sponsored by the Renewable Energy Association and administered by its subsidiary Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd. The Code sets out the high standards of consumer protection in marketing, pre-contractual information, quotations, deposits, contracts, guarantees and after-sales service for domestic consumers (referred to as Consumers in this Code).

The Code applies to Code Members who are selling small-scale heat and power generators, whether from renewable or other low carbon sources (referred to collectively as ‘Energy Generators’ in this Code), and any product connected or linked to the Energy Generator (referred to as Related Products in this Code), to Consumers.

The Code extends to Code Members who are leasing Energy Generators to Consumers or who are leasing the space Energy Generators occupy from Consumers. It also extends to Code Members who are offering to fund some or all of the cost of Energy Generators in return for Consumers assigning their right to Government incentive payments to them.

The Code has been designed to help Code Members offer high standards of consumer protection so that Consumers can have the confidence to generate heat and power in their own homes.

RECC (Renewable Energy Consumer Code)

RECC (Renewable Energy Consumer Code)

NAPIT

The National Association Of Professional Inspectors and Testers

HW Renewables Ltd are proud members of the Napit MCS installers scheme.

Did you know you that you can gain access to Government financial incentives such as the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), Feed-in Tariff (FiT), Energy Company Obligation (ECO), by using a NAPIT registered installer. Installers registered under our renewables and energy efficiency schemes (including the Microgeneration certification scheme) are also able to self-certify their own work, saving you and time and money.

The Feed-in-Tariff and Renewable Heat Incentive offer tariff rates that allow you to earn money for the renewable energy you generate on things like solar panels, wind turbines and biomass boilers.

The Energy Company Obligation means energy suppliers are required to meet targets in the delivery of the energy efficiency measures to British homes. In practice, this means that certain households can take advantage of things like free boilers and insulation from the major suppliers.

NAPIT

NAPIT

City & Guilds

City and Guilds is the leading skills development organisation, providing services to training providers, employers, and trainees across a variety of sectors to meet the needs of today’s workplace.

HW Renewables trained staff have all undergone full City and Guilds training in which ever construction sector they practice in.

City & Guilds

City & Guilds

Gas Safe

All our gas and heating engineers are fully equipped in their profession and updated yearly on the Gas safe NVQ qualification. All our engineers are Gas Safe registered and carry an identity card with them at all times. The front of the card has a photograph of the engineer, a registration number and an expiry date and the reverse shows the different categories of work that the engineer is qualified to undertake, e.g. cookers, boilers, gas fires.

We guarantee all work for a minimum of 12 months and as required by law, we hold a 5 million pound public liability insurance, 10 million pound employee liability insurance and 5 million pound Products Liability so giving every one of our customers peace of mind.

Gas Safe

Gas Safe