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PAS 2030:2012 - Improving the energy efficiency of existing buildings. Specification for installation process, process management and service provision.
What is PAS 2030?
PAS 2030 is the publicly available specification for the installation of energy efficiency measures as part of the Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation policy frameworks.
The Green Deal is the government’s flagship policy for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from the UK’s buildings. The policy includes mechanisms for reducing fuel poverty and mitigating the effect of future energy price increases on the consumer.
A significant part of Green Deal is the Energy Company Obligation. Replacing CERT, the Energy Company Obligation is a requirement placed on the UK’s energy providers to generate carbon savings. The obligation is a requirement to spend approximately £1.3bn per annum on energy efficiency improvements, specifically hard to treat cavity wall, loft insulation, solid wall insulation and energy efficient boilers.
The Green Deal requires an approved supply chain of companies installing energy efficiency measures. Companies wishing to operate in this supply chain must have certification to PAS 2030.
Who is PAS 2030 applicable to?
The scheme is appropriate for companies wishing to install or manage the installation of energy efficiency measures in the Green Deal. Contact us to discuss whether this is applicable to your business - 0870 013 0458 or email.
Benefits of registration to PAS 2030:
- Gain entry onto the Green Deal approved installer register
- Pre-qualification requirement for Green Deal installation work
- Demonstrate your business has robust management systems
- Demonstrate that your business undertakes work with competent people.
How to gain registration?
NQA provides certification for PAS 2030 through its sister brand, NICEIC. NICEIC is the contracting approval division of the Ascertiva Group.
Application for registration is made by completing an application form. The assessment is split between an audit of the company’s management system and onsite inspection of work that has been installed.
- Assessment to PAS 2030 - the organisation must be able to demonstrate that its quality management system is run in accordance to the specification
- The organisation must have examples of each energy efficiency measure it wishes to gain certification for. A on-site assessment of the installation will form part of the process
- Registration is granted by NICEIC. Maintenance is confirmed through a programme of surveillance visits which assess 1% of Green Deal installation.
For more information about this service, contact our friendly team today on 0870 013 0458 or email.