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Go Renewable


  • We’re currently piloting Go Renewable in Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Bristol and Oxfordshire.
  • Home survey assessors and installers will only be working in these areas for now.
  • If you live outside of these areas, you can still use Go Renewable to find out which renewable technologies are suitable for your home.

Created by Energy Saving Trust and MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme), Go Renewable makes installing renewable energy technologies in your home easy and manageable.

Use our digital tool to support you at every step of your renewable installation:

  1. Explore your options for installing renewables at home with an online assessment and create a personalised home energy plan. This step is free and you won’t need to commit to anything.
  2. If you want to progress, book your home survey to get an in-depth report and updated energy performance certificate from our professional assessors. This costs a one-off fee of £300 (including VAT) and you won’t have to arrange multiple surveys by different installers.
  3. When you’re ready, log in to your Go Renewable dashboard to compare quotes from MCS certified installers in your area.
  4. Book your installation.

Get started with Go Renewable

Why use Go Renewable?

  • From heat pumps to solar panels, find the right renewable energy solutions for your home with support and expertise from Energy Saving Trust and MCS.
  • Get an accurate, in-depth report on your home’s energy efficiency and recommendations to improve it, including insulation improvements and double glazing.
  • Compare quotes from MCS installers in one place from your Go Renewable dashboard.
  • Save money on your electricity bills and reduce your carbon emissions by switching to renewable energy.

Energy expertise you can trust

We understand investing in renewables for your home is a big step. Go Renewable is created by Energy Saving Trust and MCS, so you can rely on our expertise and insights.

Take the next step towards futureproofing your home and making it more energy efficient.

Get started with Go Renewable

Last updated: 25 March 2024