Work with an Accredited Certificate Provider
Working with an established Accredited Certificate Provider is appropriate for smaller energy savings projects
Becoming accredited under the Energy Savings Scheme may not benefit smaller projects with modest energy savings. Accreditation comes with obligations such as record keeping requirements that can make direct participation difficult for smaller energy savings projects.
Smaller projects can be included in the Energy Savings Scheme by participating as a third party and by working with an established Accredited Certificate Provider.
How to work with an Accredited Certificate Provider
An established Accredited Certificate Provider takes the energy savings from a number of activities and combines them to create energy savings certificates. You will be asked to sign a nomination form to transfer your project’s energy savings to them and they will create the energy savings certificates.
This type of Accredited Certificate Provider is sometimes called an 'aggregator' because they combine energy savings projects.
Contact an established Accredited Certificate Provider
If you think that your energy savings project does not warrant applying for accreditation, consider working with an established Accredited Certificate Provider.
Table: Contact details of established Accredited Certificate Providers that aggregate energy savings projects