About this event
The Clean Heat Grant Scheme (CHGS) is one part of a larger consultation package from BEIS as part of its ‘Future Support for Low Carbon Heat’. It sets out plans for successor arrangements to the current Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.
MCS as a Standards organisation certifies small-scale low-carbon products and installations used to produce electricity and heat from renewable sources. They are working with industry stakeholders, including their newly formed Low Carbon Heat Task Force, to explore insights and evidence that will contribute to a consultation response that it is truly representative of our industry and its requirements.
This webinar is brought to you in partnership with MCS
Ian is leading MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) through a period of transformational change, striving to inspire a new generation of home-grown energy. MCS is the national Standards organisation certifying small-scale low-carbon products and installations used to produce electricity and heat from renewable sources.
Founded in 2018, Low Carbon Homes was conceived by Graham as a series of regional events serving the off-gas areas of the UK. It has rapidly evolved to become a nationwide independent platform for retrofit. He works with city and regional stakeholders to support their low carbon transition.
Dr Richard Hall leads the Solar Governance work at Energy Transitions. Richard currently Chairs the Solar Trade Association (STA) Solar Heat Working Group and represents the UK in the International Energy Agency (IEA) Solar Heating and Cooling Technology Collaboration Programme.
John, in his role provides certification services across a variety of sectors including renewable energy. John was an original member of the BRE Global team that established the Microgeneration Certification Scheme under contract to BEIS (then DTI) and continues to contribute to its development.
Set up in 2006, REAL administers two consumer codes and four certification schemes in the renewable energy and circular economy sectors. The largest is the CTSI-approved Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC), for installers of small-scale renewable energy systems.
Share this event