PAS 2030 - Home Energy Efficiency
Posted on 11th June 2019 at 12:56
PAS 2030 – Improving the Energy Efficiency of Existing Buildings
We can provide implementation services to gaining UKAS Accredited certification to the PAS 2030 standard for the installation of energy efficiency measures in existing buildings.
PAS2030 was created to support the Government’s framework to deliver energy efficiency measures to property owners across the UK. The primary objective for the standard is to provide a robust, uniformly applicable specification that will assist installers to demonstrate that their installation of energy efficiency improvement measures have met specification and customer requirements.
PAS 2030 Certification to work under funding schemes
PAS2030 can be used to access Government funding within the England and Wales such as the Energy Company Obligation or a range of funding mechanisms in Scotland. PAS2030 is increasingly being used to demonstrate competence when competing in tenders and Local Authorities commonly require PAS 2030 for installers working under their energy efficiency schemes. Upon certification all installers are registered on the Green Deal ORB Participant Register.
Key benefits of PAS 2030 Certification
Create a robust and quality approach to energy efficiency measure installation
Improving your efficiency or profitability and gaining access to new markets.
Instilling confidence in consumers, contractors and stakeholders that you are adhering to quality processes
Achieving PAS 2030 certification means you can use certification body authorisation as Green Deal Installers working as a Green Deal Participant
We are cost competitive; our process is straight forward and we provide a personalised, approachable service compared to larger consultancies.
PAS 2030 certification means you demonstrate compliance with supply chain requirements (e.g. supports PQQ process) giving your company advantage in winning tenders and picking up new business.
Provides a good platform for introducing new management systems in the future
Integrated Management System
PAS 2030 can be effectively integrated with Quality, Safety and Environmental management systems to form a streamlined integrated management system. Collectively, these systems strengthen an organisation’s bids for client contracts, and in particular PQQs (Pre Qualification Questionnaires) with Green Deal Providers.*
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