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Nottingham based Solar and Sustainable Installation Engineers (Sasie) has become one of the first companies to register with Elecsa's microgeneration certification scheme (MCS).

With a team of six engineers, Sasie specialises in the supply and installation of renewable energy systems for clients in the private, commercial and local authority sectors. The company is MCS accredited for solar thermal, photovoltaic, ground source heat pumps and micro wind turbine technologies. That means they can access grants for their clients under the government's low carbon buildings programme.

Sasie's managing director Mo Kelly said "MCS accreditation is essential for us, and we chose the Elecsa scheme because of their professional approach. They were quick to respond to our initial application, and the assessment process was very straightforward."

Elecsa can offer wind, biomass, solar thermal, solar photovoltaic and heat pump technologies and is priced at £530 to be assessed for a single technology, or £630 for two technologies. For an additional £100, applicants can also be assessed for the Elecsa Part P scheme at the same time.

The MCS scheme is backed by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).

 

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