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PAS 2030 Installer Scheme

A scheme that supports those installing energy efficiency measures.

Our PAS 2030 Installer certification demonstrates compliance against the standard PAS 2030 and enables you to take advantage of the business opportunities that PAS 2030 presents.

In addition to this, certification also enables you to access funding for your customers under the Energy Companies Obligation (ECO).

Examples of the types of work covered by PAS 2030 include:

  • Heating: including Condensing Boilers (Gas\LPG\Oil) Fired (Domestic and Non-Domestic), Heating Controls. Under-Floor Heating, Flue Gas Recovery, Heating Systems Insulation (pipes and cylinders), 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
  • Renewable technologies: (Under MCS023 approval in the MCS Scheme) including Micro CHP, Ground Source Heat Pumps, Air Source Heat Pumps, Biomass Boilers, Solar Thermal, Solar Photovoltaic
Pricing for the PAS 2030 Installer scheme is based on the number of individual measures you want to be assessed for. Existing certified contractors can benefit from reduced prices by combining scheme assessments. Applicants may also benefit by gaining competent person scheme registration within the assessment cost.

Call us to discuss your specific requirements: 0333 015 6626.

£130 + VAT

Initial application fee

£375 + VAT

Annual registration fee

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To apply for the PAS 2030 Installer scheme, just call us on 0333 015 6626.

Alternatively we will call you to progress your application if you complete our online enquiry form by clicking on the red button above.

Once we have processed your full application we will advise you of an assessment date. Your Assessor will meet with you and conduct the assessment. At the end of the assessment a recommendation will be made as to whether you meet the scheme requirements. This recommendation is independently verified and written confirmation of your certification will be sent to you. You can find further guidance as to the nature of the assessment on the Assessment Overview section.

Please note that if you run your business from multiple offices you will need to submit a separate application form for each contracting site.

For more information about the scheme please refer to the PAS 2030 Registration Guide.
The PAS 2030 Installer scheme requirements are based on the management systems outlined in PAS2030.  Your business will need to show:

  • There is an individual responsible for the business'scertification 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
  • A process for identifying and resolving product and process non-conformities
  • Records of activities relating to PAS 2030
  • A complaints process that manages issues relating to PAS 2030
  • A process for ensuring and recording all equipment is calibrated and maintained
  • That all product storage and transportation is conducted safely and in accordance to manufacturer’s instructions
  • That all employees and subcontractors maintain competence and are appropriately trained
  • A process for assigning work to the appropriate staff and supervising their work
  • Management of subcontractors (if applicable)
  • Work is inspected and verified by the appropriate competent person
  • 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
  • A process for declaring that installations meet the requirements of PAS 2030
  • Work is undertaken by competent persons and in compliance with the Building Regulations relevant to the country(ies) in which the company operates
Assessment to become a PAS 2030 Installer is based on a full day.  The actual time taken will depend on how many measures you are being assessed in which will be confirmed to you at the point of application.
The purpose of the assessment is for you to show your work meets the scheme requirements. To do this the assessment covers two aspects:
  1. Office - to demonstrate that your business meets the mangement systems and competency criteria of the scheme
  2. Site - to demonstrate that your business meets the technical standards for the work you undertake
At the close of the assessment the assessor will advise you on any action points and make a recommendation as to whether you meet the scheme standards. This is subject to review and verification before a written confirmation of your certification will be sent to you.
You will need the following documents to apply for the PAS 2030 Installer Scheme:
  1. PAS 2030 Installer Scheme Guide which provides helpful advice on preparing for assessment
  2. PAS 2030 Installer Scheme Rules - an important document which outlines the terms and conditions of the scheme
  3. PAS 2030 Installer Fee Sheet
  4. MCS under PAS 2030 Guide
  5. Green Deal Code of Practice
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The following document will help you prepare for your assessment:
PAS 2030 Assessment Guidance

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