NIBE promotes industry standards

NIBE, heat pumps, renewable energy

NIBE Energy Systems now recognises only installers accredited to the Microgeneration Certification Scheme as approved installers. This requirement includes sizing, design and installation of the full product range, which consists of ground-source, air-source and exhaust-air heat pumps, and solar thermal panels.

Managing director Phil Hurley said, ‘As one of Europe’s leading manufacturers in the domestic-heating sector, it is vital that we continually review the safeguards in place for consumers and promote the highest possible standards of specification and installation for our products.

‘We were one of the first manufacturers within the UK to actively promote the benchmark scheme for heat pumps and one of the first manufacturers of heat pumps to make the benchmark scheme part of our warranty.’

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