PAS 2030 Certification
OFTEC is an accredited PAS 2030 certification body for oil heating installers. PAS 2030 registration is a requirement for installers seeking to get Energy Company Obligation (ECO) or regionally funded work.
Once registered, technicians are issued with a PAS 2030 Registration Certificate and ID badge and listed on the GDORB National Register as an accredited installer.
Easy Green Deal™ partnership
OFTEC is partnered with Easy Green Deal™ who are part of Evergreen Energy and provide registration support services, which include training on the paperwork that is required for PAS 2030, a bespoke Quality Management System designed around the PAS standards. For further information click here.
Scope of Registration
- PAS 2030Installation of oil fired condensing boilers, heating controls, heating system insulation, underfloor heating, hot water systems, warm air heating and water efficient taps and showers
The qualifications you need
To add PAS 2030 certification, your business must employ an oil heating technician with one of the following OFTEC competent person scheme registrations:
- OFT10-105E & OFT10-101Installation of combustion appliances and systems.
Single stage pressure jet servicing and commissioning.
- OFT10-201Multi stage pressure jet servicing and commissioning.
Alternatively, you must be able to demonstrate how you will subcontract out this work. For taps and showers a Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations (i.e. WRAS) qualification is required.
For full details download a copy of our PAS 2030 information sheet.
Ready to apply?
This scope of registration is available to applicants in the UK.
If you are not already registered with OFTEC, please click on the map on the below and apply for OFTEC CPS registration first.
Apply online (United Kingdom)
Alternatively, if you would like a paper copy of the application form, please click here to download yourself or to receive a copy by email.
If you are already registered with OFTEC, please click the map below.
Download PAS 2030 application form
(Great Britain, Channel Island and Isle of Man)