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Nu-Heat & Easy MCS form partnership

Nu-Heat, supplier of warm water underfloor heating systems to theUKdomestic market, has announced a partnership with MCS certification support and renewable training provider, Easy MCS.

This exclusive partnership will offer installers financial assistance in diversifying into the renewable heat market to take advantage of upcoming schemes such as the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Nu-Heat will be providing up to £500 discount off Hitachi-Yutaki-M air source heat pumps purchased from Nu-Heat before 31 May 2012.

With the RHI underlining the requirement for installers of renewable products to be MCS certified, the need to join MCS is even more pressing. Nu-Heat provides installers with a comprehensive System Handover Pack detailing all the system specification, performance and user instruction information need to comply with MCS requirements.  As well as all this, Nu-Heat’s dedicated field sales team will also support new MCS installers via its field sales managers and field sales engineers.

Nu-Heat sales and marketing director Adrian Troop, said: “This is a great opportunity for both companies to reach a wider cross-section of installers that are interested in making the most of the opportunities offered by the growing renewables sector. Nu-Heat will be able to showcase its outstanding product range, system design skills and after-sales support to installers that may not have come across us before.

 “We are thrilled to be working alongside Nu-Heat to support installers across theUKin entering the Renewable Heat Sector”, commented Easy MCS operations manager, Simon Roberts. “This relationship will allow Easy MCS customers to access exclusive introductory discounts of Nu-Heat purchases to cover the cost of their training and MCS Accreditation Support. This greatly reduces any financial barriers, opens the opportunities of this sector to a greater installer base and will increase the number of installers able to access the opportunities offered by the upcoming RHI.”

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