System Photonics is Granted MCS Certification

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is an independent scheme that certifies microgeneration products and installers in accordance with consistent standards. It is designed to evaluate microgeneration products and installers against robust criteria providing greater protection for consumers.

The MCS is the only certification scheme to cover all microgeneration products and services, and has support from the Department of Energy and Climate Change, industry and non-governmental groups as a prime method for making a substantial contribution to cutting the UK's dependency on fossil fuels and carbon dioxide emissions.

The MCS gives consumers the guarantee that certified microgeneration products and the installers of those products have conformed to a rigorous set of standards. To qualify for financial incentives such as the Low Carbon Buildings Programme, both the microgeneration product and the installer must carry the MCS mark.

Our homes account for around 27% of the UK's carbon emissions, a major cause of climate change. Many consumers want to increase their energy efficiency and contribute to a low carbon economy. Microgeneration offers a range of technically advanced low carbon and renewable technologies that will help to:

provide consumers with energy sources that use existing natural resources; contribute to the future security of our energy supply;

contribute to a low carbon economy; reduce reliance on energy imports; and addressing fuel poverty by reducing the cost of energy.

System Photonics products have been through the extensive MCS process and we are pleased to announce that the products are now MCS Certified and customers using System Photonics products qualify for financial incentives such as the Low Carbon Buildings Programme.

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