The Each Home Counts Review was a root and branch review of the energy efficiency sector commissioned by the UK government. It made more than 20 key recommendations, including the introduction of a recognisable Quality Mark for the sector in the shape of TrustMark. But the most radical change was the call for a Code of Practice for the industry, laying out how it should deliver projects in the future.
The Code of Practice was published in 2019 in the form of BSI PAS 2035. It sits alongside the updated installer standard, BSI PAS 2030 (2019).
The Low Carbon Academy provide advice and guidance on how to become PAS 230/35 Compliant. Speak to your training advisor for more information.
If you install energy efficiency measures, you must be certified to install measures against Publicly Available Specification (PAS) standards:
Below you will find a list of TrustMark Scheme Providers who are Certification Bodies.