Lancashire solar energy company Solarlec got the thumbs up from the Microgeneration Certification Scheme in its annual review this week.
ELECSA carried out a full assessment at Solarlec’s premises on behalf of the MCS and confirmed the company’s status as an official provider of solar PV panel systems for another 12 months.
Customers must make sure solar panel companies have official MCS certification to qualify for feed-in tariff payments from their energy supplier through the government’s clean energy cashback scheme.
Director Ged Rowbottom said: “Being MCS-approved is crucial for any legitimate solar panel company and we’re delighted to have passed with flying colours for another year. Our entire team has worked tirelessly over the past 12 months and this review is proof of our dedication and commitment. We look forward to another fantastic year of providing excellent service to many more satisfied customers across the country.”
A spokesman for MCS said: “A good standard of work was seen at the Solarlec office and an equally high standard at a ‘difficult’ installation. Solarlec has embraced the MCS methodology and high standards of professionalism.”