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Practical over-the-phone advice on environmental issues.
The support areas include (but are not limited to) waste disposal regulations and updates on energy efficiency and renewable technologies best practice.
ECA have produced guidance to signpost the process an installer must follow for The Office for Low Emissions (OLEV) accreditation and installation notification.
BEIS have released a final report on the ‘Evidence gathering for electric heating options in off gas grid homes’.
ECA has replied to a call for evidence from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) on an energy efficiency scheme for small and medium-sized businesses. ECA welcomes BEIS’ focus on encouraging and supporting energy efficiency measures.
Solar PV systems are generally very reliable, but like all electrical
equipment, they can sometimes suffer from a fault. This document sets out
to explain what home owners should do to get the fault resolved.
Brief and simple explanation of what LM79, LM80 abd L 70 standards actually mean and how they relate to purchasing LED Luminaires and are relevant to product guarantees.
All you need to know about how to save money through the UK governments 'feed-in-tariff' and receive payments for the electricity you generate, whether you use it yourself or feed it back into the grid.
Major energy savings can be made using these units, if used with the right application. Many
pumps and fans do not need to run at full capacity all the time. Ventilation rates in a building can be varied to suit occupancy and pumps can be controlled to limit liquid delivery such as in heating or chilled water systems.
This guide is for ECA Registered Members working with domestic and small commercial clients (e.g. in small office or retail environments). It describes how to carry out, and put forward, basic financial calculations to help illustrate the financial benefits of installing energy saving measures.
The scope of this document is to provide solar PV system designers and installers with information to ensure that a grid-connected PV system meets current UK standards and best practice recommendations. It is primarily aimed at typical grid connected systems of up to 50kWp (total combined d.c. output).
Environmental policy template for ECA members.
Air Source Heat Pumps could provide all of home’s heating, significantly cutting your bills and reducing the amount of harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) released into the atmosphere.
Ground source heat pumps are
powered by electricity, but for
every unit of electricity used, three to four units of heat are produced. This kind of system could
provide all of your home’s heating, significantly cutting your bills – and reducing the amount of
harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) you release into the atmosphere.
Draft policy template for ECA Members.
Please note: what the policy actually says will clearly have to link to what the company aims to do.
10 Sep 2018
Open letter to Energy Minister asks for viable export tariffs on solar projects
08 Feb 2017
The government’s Feed-in-Tariff data highlights to users and installers the value of FiTs.