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In July 2020, the Chancellor announced a £2 billion Green Homes Grant Scheme in England to help homeowners and landlords improve over 600,000 homes to be more energy-efficient across England. This scheme will run from the end of September 2020 through to March 2021.
To ensure the work carried out under the Green Homes Grant is of high quality that consumers can trust, all businesses need to be certified to PAS 2030: 2017/2019 and/or MCS equivalent. Only TrustMark Registered Businesses can register to be a Green Homes
If you install energy efficiency measures, you must be certified to install measures against Publicly Available Specification (PAS) standards:
- PAS 2030:2017
- PAS 2030:2019
- PAS 2035:2019 (for park homes, high rise buildings and buildings that are both traditionally constructed and protected)
A comprehensive list of measures expected to be included in the Green Homes Grant Scheme can be found here UKAS_PAS-2030-CBs along with the UKAS accredited Certification Bodies that can certify participating installers.
Below you will find a list of TrustMark Scheme Providers who are Certification Bodies.
To find out how to become certified to the relevant standards above, you will need to contact a relevant Certification Body. Please check with your chosen Certification Body that they can provide the relevant certification for the energy efficiency measures
you wish to carry out under the Green Homes Grant.