Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) has become an official supporter of Ecobuild.
The partnership aims to help renewables installers and product manufacturers understand the latest legislation and policy updates, and assist them in achieving compliance with technical standards.
MCS will also run presentations on its stand throughout the event.
Topics will include updates to the scheme and standards, updates on the domestic RHI, and consumer issues such as contract work.
For installers keen to tap into the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), MCS certification opens the funding doors to this initiative.
Supported by the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC), MCS is a body for the renewables industry that works to represent the installer industry at government level and ensure there are robust standards and practices in place to support the developing industry.
MCS steering group interim chief executive and chair Gideon Richards said: “Ecobuild provides an exciting opportunity for our experts to connect with all types of stakeholders, from the consumer who wants to get an installation carried out with quality products and competent installers, to seasoned MCS-accredited renewables installer, to those aspiring to break into this market.
“Ecobuild is one of the critical elements of our ongoing work to connect with our audiences and enable MCS to consistently provide consumers with a quality-assured, high standard of installation work.”
Ecobuild 2015 takes place at London’s ExCeL from 3 to 5 March.