Renewable Energy Empowerment
Promoting renewable energy in the UK.

The UK Energy Foundation is committed to helping the battle against climate change and enabling the UK to become more energy self sufficient. Through the pursuit of excellence in design, planning and development and engaging in local consultation, Your Energy is dedicated to building the right renewable energy project in the right location.


Energy Saving Trust – The Energy Saving Trust is a government funded body who can provide fair and unbiased advice on saving energy. As well as the fact sheets mentioned previously they have further guidance on: ‘Finding Installers and products’ and ‘Financial support for renewable heat’. ESAS forms part of the EST and is contracted by DECC to handle pre application enquiries on the RHI.

DECC – The Department of Energy and Climate Change are the government department who put together the framework and the regulations for the RHI.

MCS - The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is an important quality assurance mechanism that sets out technical and process standards for small-scale generation systems. To receive RHI payments your installer must be MCS certified. To find an MCS accredited installer you can search online here:

RECC also has some ‘Top Tips’ for consumers thinking about installing a renewable energy system.

For installers RECC has prepared guidance and model documents to help our members who sign contracts with domestic consumers comply with the Code and relevant legislation. At present the only technology specific documents relate to heat pumps, biomass and solar thermal to follow shortly.



UK’s only quality assurance scheme for woodfuel.  Trust Woodsure certified suppliers for high-quality, RHI-compliant wood fuels.

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Ashden Awards

We champion and promote practical, local energy solutions that cut carbon, protect the environment, reduce poverty and improve people’s lives.

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Biomass Energy Centre

The Biomass Energy Centre is a technical information centre based within Forest Research, the research agency of the Forestry Commission, we supply impartial information on biomass system installation, fuel production, handling and supply chains.

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Renewable Energy Association

The Renewable Energy Association represents the UK’s renewable energy industry, covering renewable power, heat and transport.

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Approved Installers 


Econergy is one of the UKs leading renewable energy and district heating companies specialising in biomass heating, ground source heat pumps and integrated solar thermal systems.

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Imperative Energy

Imperative Energy is a leading supplier of bioenergy solutions (heat, steam and power) to clients in the commercial, public and industrial sectors through purposely built biomass plant at the client’s site.

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Wood Energy

Wood Energy Ltd is widely acknowledged as a biomass specialist and has been a pioneer of biomass in the UK since the early stages of the industry.

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Solid Future

We are a small team dedicated to providing and maintaining high quality, efficient biomass heating systems.

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UK Wind energy is one of the most cost-effective and technologically advanced forms of renewable energy available in the UK. Around the world over 68,000 wind turbines have been installed. Wind turbines are straightforward to construct and decommission (returning the landscape back to what it was before). If sited correctly they have limited environmental impacts, being easily offset by the environmental benefits.
Wind energy is one of the most popular energy technologies with opinion surveys regularly showing that just over 80% of people are in favour of wind energy, and less than 10% are against it. In fact people who live closest to wind farms are more supportive than people in the rest of the country.