Renewable Adjudication Service
Renewable Energy Consumer Code & MCS Standards
CEDR provides an independent adjudication service to resolve disputes between consumers and companies who are members of the Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC).
£120 - £240
Up to 90 days
What we can do
In order to use the Service, you will need to have been given a referral notice (called an ‘Adjudication Notice’) by the Code Administrator on behalf of RECC.
- If you want to know more about how we can help you with your RECC complaint, please visit our Help & Guides.
The steps you must take before submitting a complaint
Contact the company
Get in touch with RECC
Refer to CEDR for adjudication
CEDR is approved by Government under the Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes (Compentent Authorities and Information) Regulations 2015.