One Stop Shop
A One Stop Shop simplifies the pathway to retrofitting a home for a homeowner. Learn more about the services a One Stop Shop provides and how you can register to become one.
How to register as a One Stop Shop
The purpose of a One Stop Shop (OSS) is to offer, manage and deliver an end-to-end service to the homeowner, advising on and carrying out all aspects of a home energy upgrade. The OSS will provide a service covering the full customer journey. This includes information provision and technical direction, completing all works and discounting of the grant from the cost levied to the homeowner, as well as monitoring energy savings.
OSS applicants must apply to SEAI to become a registered OSS. SEAI will assess each application against set prequalification eligibility criteria and application evaluation criteria outlined in the OSS Registration Guidelines.
Registration encompasses a two-stage process. At both stages submit your application to email@example.com
To become a registered One Stop Shop with SEAI please complete the following steps:
Each One Stop Shop must successfully meet all pre-qualification criteria, as set out in the OSS pre-qualification eligibility list and provide evidence of such.
Once a One Stop Shop has passed step 1, (pre-qualification), you will be invited to complete the OSS Application - Strategic Plan and provide evidence to demonstrate compliance with the various application criteria.
Submitted applications will be assessed based on defined evaluation criteria and scoring outlined in the registration guidelines.
- OSS Application - Strategic plan
- OSS Operational and Quality Requirements
- National Home Energy Upgrade Scheme Operational Guidelines
- National Home Energy Upgrade Scheme – Homeowner Guide
- OSS Privacy Notice