The clearSkies scheme has been welcomed by various government departments and industry organisations across the UK:


"We welcome this launch of the clearSkies scheme initiated by the Stove Industry Alliance. It is right that consumer are able to make informed choices about how to reduce emissions. We also support industry as it works to bring cleaner and more efficient technologies into our homes".

Spokesperson for Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs

Scottish Government

"Scotland's journey to better air quality is one that we must all take together and take responsibility for. I welcome schemes such as the new clearSkies label, which support consumers in making informed choices about lower emission options."

Roseanna Cunningham MSP, Cabinet Secretary for the Environment, Climate Change & Land Reform

Welsh Government

"Our Clean Air Plan for Wales: Health Air, Healthy Wales sets out our commitment and long-term ambition to improve air quality, and the steps we will take to deliver this. This includes taking action to ensure only the most efficient appliances are available for purchase and installation by 2022. The clearSkies labelling system will help ensure consumers are clearer about the options available to them, and are able to make more informed choices when buying a new appliance."

Lesley Griffiths MS, Minister for Environment, Energy & Rural Affairs

Federation of British Chimney Sweeps

"The Federation of British Chimney Sweeps welcomes the launch of clearSkies, which should help consumers easily identify those appliances with the lowest emissions and best efficiency. These appliances will be beneficial for the environment and also cost less to run. Your local Association and FBCS chimney sweep can advise."

Phil Cleaver, Director, Federation of British Chimney Sweeps