section 1 of this regulation provides for the formulation of
voluntary certification schemes for installers of
1. small boilers and furnaces fueled with biomass,
2. solar photovoltaic or solar thermal system, or
3. system for near-surface geothermal energy or heat pumps.
section 2 A certification under this Regulation shall be made by
someone who is accredited for indication under
European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 of the
9 July 2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and
market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and
repeal of Regulation (EEC) No 339/93, in the original
the wording, as well as under the Act (2011:791) on accreditation and
technical control. Accreditation shall cover all the systems
referred to in paragraph 1. Regulation (2015:529).
2 a of A certification in accordance with this Regulation shall be
time-limited. Regulation (2015:529).
paragraph 2 (b) to become a Certified Installer must have completed
a training with theoretical and practical parts.
The training must be approved by the Swedish Energy Agency.
paragraph 3 of the Swedish authorities may provide for the requirements to be
met for certification under this regulation. Before
Building and planning notifies such regulations to work to give the State's
Energy Authority the opportunity to comment. Regulation (2015:529).
section 4 of the Swedish authorities shall ensure that there is a list of
people who have been certified in accordance with this regulation.
The list shall contain information about who has made
certification and according to what rules the certification
have been made. Regulation (2015:529).
section 5 a person with certification or equivalent
qualification issued in another country of the European
Union or of the European economic area shall, on
the request will be included in the list referred to in paragraph 4, if
certification or equivalent qualification has
made in a system that has been developed in accordance with
European Parliament and Council directive 2009/28/EC of 23
April 2009 on the promotion of the use of energy from
renewable energy sources, in the original wording.
section 6 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) contains provisions
If the appeal to the administrative court. Other decisions
than a decision under section 5 may not be appealed.