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Abersoch PV Array

1.665Kwp Phonosolar Array using fronius IG15 Inverter and 2.205Kwp Hyundai array using SMA 2000HF-30 Inverter, Abersoch, North Wales

We have been audited by Elecsa, an independant third party assessor, as having met the Microgeneration Standard.

We are listed both by the MCS and Elecsa. This allows us to install and certify installations as compliant with MCS requirements, this benefits our customers by:

  • Providing an assurance as to the quality of product and installation service.
  • Receiving a realistic expectation for the performance of the array.
  • Recognition of good quality products and services in the market place.
  • Customers can apply for grant monies (if available) and register installations for the feed in tarrif (FIT).

REAL Assurance Scheme
We are a member of the REAL assurance scheme which is a code of practice that meets the guide line set by the office of fair tradings's consumer code approval scheme. The scheme is designed to champion the rights of the consumer.

Elecsa Part P Approved Contractor
The company meets the requirements of the EC Certification Part P Competent Persons Scheme and has been assessed to install electrical installations in domestic properties in accordance with BS 7671: 2008 Requirements for Electrical Installations as ammended.

CSCS – Construction Skills Certification Scheme

The company meets the requirements of the CSCS scheme, all employees are required to hold the relevant CSCS card.

CSCS was set up in the mid-90s with the aim of improving site workers’ competence to reduce accidents and drive up on-site efficiency.

The Scheme keeps a database of those working in construction that achieve, or can demonstrate they have already attained an agreed level of occupational competence. Successful applicants are issued with a card giving them a means of identification and proof of their achievements. Cards are increasingly demanded as evidence of occupational competence by contractors, public and private clients and others, and today there are over 1.7 million cards in circulation.