About us

Founded back in 2007, Pure Renewables was one of the first companies to offer people and business the chance to install renewable energy in their homes and workplaces.

Operating throughout Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Cumbria we work in both the domestic and commercial markets and in the new build and renovation / retrofit sectors with a focus on installing renewable heating systems.

Originally we began specialising in Solar Thermal energy systems and then Solar PV before partnering with major suppliers such as Vaillant, Stiebel Eltron, Mitsubishi and Danfoss to offer Air Source Heat Pumps and Ground Source Heat Pumps.

Our other services include expert Service and Maintenance of systems, Underfloor Heating and Heating Distrubution systems and Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery systems.

As an independent company, we are not tied to one particular manufacturer or supplier and we boast a broad range of knowledge across a whole range of technologies so our experts can look at an application and advise on the most appropriate energy-saving technology for it.

Pure Renewables are honoured to have twice won at the prestigious Humber Renewables Awards and boasts numerous industry leading accreditations, including MCS, ISO:14001 and CHAS.

We are proud of our track record and realise that excellent service, as well as competitive prices matter a great deal to all of our customers.  Because of this almost all of our business comes from referrals from satisfied customers.

  • Chris Whitelock

    Chris Whitelock

    Managing Director
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    Chris Whitelock

    BA(Hons) Human Geography
    Managing Director

    Chris has over 20 years experience in business management. He founded Pure Renewables with a passion to provide clear and accessible information about renewable technologies. He places a high value on excellent customer service, strong business management and always seeks to maintain a consistent level of commitment, integrity and responsibility. His primary role is in providing leadership, vision and systems management to ensure the business is on a firm footing to deliver year-on-year growth and profitability.

  • Janie Whitelock

    Janie Whitelock

    Finance Director & Company Secretary
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    Janie Whitelock

    BSc Hons MA(RCA)
    Finance Director & Company Secretary

    Janie oversees finances, health and safety, accreditations, insurance/legal and office management. Organisational skills and attention to detail help keep the projects running smoothly. She enjoys working to deliver the best possible customer service and has a clear vision to expand the company and create employment in Hull.

  • Johnny Love

    Johnny Love

    Project Manager
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    Johnny Love

    MPhysGeog (Hons) Physical Geography
    Project Manager

    Johnny’s position is to ensure the effective planning, implementation and execution of our projects.  He and the team work closely with our customers, from project design and logistics through to the installation of renewable technologies. 

  • Jonny Murray

    Jonny Murray

    Design & Specification Consultant
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    Jonny Murray

    BA (Hons) History & Politics
    Design & Specification Consultant

    Jonny’s job involves designing bespoke renewable energy solutions for both domestic and commercial projects utilizing Solar PV, Solar Thermal, Air Source as well as Ground Source Heat Pumps, to fit whatever the customer’s requirements may be. He derives a great deal of enjoyment from identifying individual customer needs and delivering a high quality service. His favourite aspect of his job is forging and developing new working relationships.

  • Matthew Dean

    Matthew Dean

    Installation Engineer
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    Matthew Dean

    NVQ Level 3 Plumbing & Unvented
    Installation Engineer

    Matthew is one of our lead installation engineers for heat pumps, underfloor heating and solar thermal systems. He brings a professional but amiable approach to every project and takes pride in his work, ensuring the customer experience is a very positive one. 

  • Reece Cooper

    Reece Cooper

    Installation Apprentice
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    Reece Cooper

    Apprentice NVQ Level 2
    Installation Apprentice

    Reece ably assists our lead engineers and is proficient in a wide range of plumbing skills.

  • Lewis Mower

    Lewis Mower

    Installation & Service Engineer
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    Lewis Mower

    NVQ Level 3 Plumbing & GasSafe Registered
    Installation & Service Engineer

    Lewis has joined us recently and brings with him a wealth of plumbing experience.  Having cut his teeth on gas boilers and then biomass, he is now proficient in heat pump installation and servicing as well as underfloor heating and radiator systems.

For further information or a free no obligation quote call
01482 846005 or email info@purerenewables.co.uk

Accreditations

MCS

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme is a mark of quality that demonstrates companies are able to consistently install to the highest quality. In order to qualify for Feed In Tariffs, Renewable Heat Incentive and the Renewable Heat Premium payments both the installer and the system must be MCS certified.

RECC

Pure Renewables is a member of the Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC), set up by the not-for-profit  Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd (REAL). As such, we agree to abide by the standards set out in the code to deliver a high-quality experience for homeowners installing small-scale energy generation systems. All MCS-certified installers must also belong to REAL. Find out more on the RECC website: www.recc.org.uk.

NAPIT

NAPIT is an organisation committed to householder safety in the domestic sector. By choosing a NAPIT-registered installer, householders can be confident that any electrical, ventilation, plumbing and heating work carried out on their home complies with the relevant regulations.

Water Safe

WaterSafe is an online search facility that aims to help customers find qualified plumbing and heating professionals.  The scheme is funded by the water industry and is free to use. To be featured on the WaterSafe website, contractors must be a member of an Approved Contractors‘ Scheme, ensuring they provide a quality service and adhere to the scheme’s customer standards.

Investors in the Environment

Investors in the Environment  is a nationwide environmental accreditation scheme designed to help businesses improve their energy efficiency and reducing their environmental impact. The iiE accreditation scheme proves the business has implemented an environmental management plan to reduce its environmental impact.

Constructionline

Constructionline provides efficiency savings to public and private sector buyers and the construction industry as a whole by streamlining procurement procedures and improving the supply chain management processes by reducing risk, creating cost efficiencies and helping buyers engage with new suppliers, including SMEs and local companies.

CHAS

The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) aims to improve health and safety standards across Great Britain and reduce duplicated safety applications for both suppliers and buyers. As a CHAS-compliant supplier, we show compliance with important parts of health and safety law.

ISO 14001

ISO 14001 sets out the criteria for an Environmental Management System and can be certified to. It maps out a framework that a company or organization can follow to set up an effective environmental management system. It can be used by any organization regardless of its activity or sector. Using ISO 14001 can provide assurance to company management and employees as well as external stakeholders that environmental impact is being measured and improved.

Pure Promise

Whether you are a homeowner or running a business, installing renewable energy is not an investment that you take lightly.

That’s why we always to put excellent quality and customer service delivered with integrity at the forefront of our business.

One of our core values is treating the customer the way we would like to be treated ourselves.

We treat every client with respect and care, as well as ensuring that the advice we provide is bespoke to your energy needs.

We want you to be entirely satisfied with every aspect of our service. We’ll aim to complete the work with the minimum of fuss and disruption but the maximum care and attention to detail.

We set ourselves extremely high standards, including excellent after-sales service and no hard sell.

This is a premium product and we strive to be a premium provider. Our goal is to be competitive on price and the very best for customer service.

Giving Back

For us, being a socially responsible company goes hand in hand with being successful.

We are genuinely passionate about creating more opportunities for young people in Hull and the East Riding and the best way we can do that is to build a successful business and help other businesses become more successful through our products and services.

Every year, a percentage of our profits are donated to charities both here and abroad.

Managing Director Chris Whitelock is also a member of For Entrepreneurs Only, a community interest company which gives free advice and support to budding, start-up and established entrepreneurs.

Environmental Policy

Pure Solar Ltd T/A Pure Renewables is an installation designer, supplier and installer of renewable energy systems.

The Directors of Pure Solar Ltd T\A Pure Renewables of 78 New Village Road, Cottingham, HU16 4NE, recognise their responsibility to manage the significant environmental impacts of our activities, products and services.

In order to promote good environmental practices, our Policy with regard to the environment is as follows: -

1.    To develop and monitor suitable objectives, targets and management programmes, applying appropriate operational procedures to minimise our significant environmental impacts during normal, abnormal and emergency conditions.

2.    To comply with relevant legislation, regulation and other requirements relating to our significant environmental impacts.

3.    To prevent pollution, minimise our inputs of utilities and resources and the outputs of emissions to the atmosphere and wastes to disposal facilities; endeavouring to re-use, recover or recycle materials where practicable, working to the principles of the waste hierarchy.

4.    To ensure that environmental responsibilities are defined, communicated and understood at all levels within our organisation and provide appropriate training where needed.

5.    To ensure that suppliers and contractors understand this Policy and assist them in developing appropriate systems and a responsible approach with regard to environmental issues.

6.    To communicate, co-operate and respond to the views of interested parties, including stakeholders, customers and the general public, on environmental issues, where this is practicable and likely to result in an overall improved environmental performance.

7.    To strive for continual improvement in overall environmental performance.