Biomass added to Stroma Certification’s MCS

  • 20 Jan 2015

Stroma has extended its MCS with the addition of biomass

Biomass has been added to Stroma Certification’s MCS, which already provides certification for solar thermal technology, solar photovolatacis and both ground source and air source heat pumps.

This new measure holds UKAS accreditation under BS EN 45011: 1998 and is the first of two expected scheme improvements for 2015. In addition to biomass, Stroma hope to gain approval for a new wind turbine measure.

Biomass is becoming increasingly popular, with a quarter of applications first accepted for funding under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) opting for the measure.

Stroma hope that the addition of biomass to its MCS will encourage new customers to take an interest in the scheme.

Stroma also have a Green Deal Installer (GDI) scheme and Competent Person Schemes.

Find out more about Stroma Certification’s Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS)


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