PAS 2030 is a specification that installers must meet if they are to become Green Deal accredited. PAS 2030 relates to the installation of energy efficiency products and services in existing buildings.
To meet the specification, installers will need to registered with an official accreditation body and undergo a monitoring exercise to assess the quality of their installation processes. PAS 2030 will focus on each installer’s managerial and operational systems for the energy efficiency measures they implement.
The standard monitors the quality of the services provided to the customer at all stages of the installation process.
PAS 2030 covers the following measures:
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Flue-gas recovery devices
Warm-air heating systems
Electric storage heaters
Cavity wall insulation
Pitched roof insulation
Flat roof insulation
Internal wall insulation
External wall insulation
Hybrid wall insulation
Heating system insulation (pipes and cylinders)
Energy efficient glazing and doors
Ground and air source heat pumps
Solar thermal and solar photovoltaic systems
Micro-combined heat and power systems
Micro wind turbine systems
By meeting the PAS 2030 standard, you are demonstrating expertise and efficiency within your industry and will be able to work on Green Deal and ECO (Energy Company Obligation) schemes.
Once you have received your PAS 2030 certificate, you can complete the Green Deal accreditation process.