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OFTEC launches renewable technology registration service

To support technicians working in renewable technologies, OFTEC has introduced new classes of registration for solar thermal systems and heat pumps, with plans to extend this further to cover biomass next year.

The move enables installation businesses to join OFTEC’s combined Competent Person’s Scheme (CPS) and Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).

By registering, existing OFTEC technicians can add renewables to their oil heating business.

OFTEC claims installers already working in the renewables sector will benefit from the value for money OFTEC renewable registration provides.

OFTEC is offering a 25% discount for the first year, bringing the price down to £475 per business for one renewable scope of registration and £550 for two. This includes the MSC licence fee.

OFTEC registrations director Adrian Lightwood explains: “The new renewable registrations will consolidate OFTEC’s position as one of the leading Competent Persons Scheme suppliers within the off-gas-grid heating sector.

“By expanding our scopes of registration we can now offer additional, specialised support for installers working in renewables, whilst continuing to provide the same high quality service we do now for our oil technicians. 

“As the off-gas home energy market gradually becomes more diverse, OFTEC will remain the quality benchmark for installers, servicing technicians and homeowners alike. We will also continue to campaign for cost-effective and inclusive initiatives to promote energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.”

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