ECO Installer services
Anesco is a well-established and successful managing agent for the government ECO scheme.
We are proud to have forged strong relationships with all major utilities, supporting them in meeting their obligation through our nationwide network of approved PAS2030:2035 ECO installation companies.
Anesco has funding available, a figure that continues to increase, along with highly attractive payment terms – in most cases just 7-10 days instead of 30 days.
PAS2030:2035 installers who are accepted into our approved network can look to benefit from our superior service, which includes access to continuous funding, a regular stream of work, prompt payment terms, lead generation services, access to materials, dedicated account management, and the expert advice and consultancy of our industry-leading team who are always on hand to ensure that all submissions are processed and paid promptly.
Anesco provides funding for a wide range of measures, for projects both large and small, including:
- Wall, room in roof, flat roof and loft insulation
- First time central heating grants
- New and replacement boilers
- Thermostat and heating control technology
- Air source heat pumps
- Solar PV – including PV water heating
Our team provides support with the completion of paperwork and evidence collection and can even accompany you to meetings with social housing providers, as well as providing help with project management and valuable guidance on how to acquire and manage projects or retrofit schemes.
Our services include:
- A dedicated account manager
- Unlimited submission training
- Paperwork and submission compliance checks
- Lead generation services
- Assistance in understanding ECO4
- Access to materials
- Technical monitoring advice
- Rapid payment terms
- Funding stability
- Generous quarterly incentives
How to become an ECO installer?
To work under the ECO scheme an installer will need to hold PAS2030:2035 accreditation for every measure they wish to install under the scheme. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE APPLICATION FORM.
Installers involved in the installation of solar panels or air source heat pumps will need to hold MCS certification (Microgeneration Certification Scheme).
All installers will need to be TrustMark registered and only work with products and materials approved by Ofgem.
What does PAS2030:2035 mean?
PAS 2030:2035 is a standard that was introduced to support the rollout of government energy efficiency measures. As a PAS 2030:2035 certified installer you can work under the ECO scheme and secure funding and have a competitive advantage when quoting or responding to tenders.
By achieving PAS certification your company is demonstrating compliance across the supply chain.
It is important to remember that there is an individual assessment and certification for each ECO measure, and it is worth noting that the cost associated with this is for each measure type.
The installation of solar panels and air source heat pumps does not require PAS 2030:2035 but the installer will need to be accredited with the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).
What is MCS?
The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is an industry recognised assurance that the products and installation company have met a consistent industry standard every time.
For installation companies working under the Energy Company Obligation, it is a requirement to have MCS accreditation for the installation of solar panels and air source heat pumps as these measures do not require PAS2030:2035 certification.
ECO4 measures and funding for installers
As a leading managing agent for the ECO4 scheme Anesco has funding available.
We can allocate this funding to a wide range of energy efficiency measures that includes replacement boilers, a variety of insulation measures, first-time central heating systems, solar PV and more recently air source heat pumps, but only when they are installed under a government energy scheme.
Professional and respected managing agent
Access to continuous funding
Single point of contact
£850 million in lifetime savings delivered to date
The Anesco difference
- Your own dedicated Business Development Manager
- Competitive payment terms tailored to each installer
- Your own highly knowledgeable submissions team
- Material Deals – UFI/CWI/LI approved system products
- Support with lead generation
- Technical Monitoring guidance
Our support infrastructure is designed to make navigating and complying with the requirements of ECO3 simple, with installers receiving regular industry updates
Latest ECO updates
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Your ECO submission admin staff have been amazing with me over the last 6 months [managing agents going into receivership and bad payment terms]. I think I would have thrown the towel in without the support of your staff.