Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS)
The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is a UK quality assurance scheme supported by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) which certifies microgeneration technologies used to produce electricity and heat from renewable sources in Britain.
All the Varmebaronen biomass products available in the UK are fully MCS accredited and will qualify for RHI payments.
If a company or individual installs an MCS accredited technology such as solar panels or a Varmebaronen biomass boiler, they are also eligible to receive financial incentives from the UK government in the form of the Feed-in Tariff or the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
MCS accredited biomass boilers available to the UK market:
MCS accredited pellet boilers
MCS accredited pellet burners
- Viking Bio 20 (15-20 kW) pellet burner (MCS accredited)
- Viking Bio 35 (22-35 kW) pellet burner (MCS accredited)
- Viking Bio 200 (17-22 kW) pellet burner (MCS accredited)
MCS accredited log boilers
Fan assisted log boilers
- Vedolux 30 (30-33 kW) log boiler (MCS accredited)
- Vedolux 37 (37-42 kW) log boiler (MCS accredited)
- Vedolux 55 (57.3 kW) log boiler (>45 kW MCS accreditation not required)