Pacifica Home Services has completed the acquisition of Oakes Energy Services, which will support its growing presence in the renewable energy solutions market.

Oakes Energy Services provides a range of energy efficiency services to commercial and domestic applications, which includes designing and installing renewable energy systems. It was established in 2007 by former professional rugby player, Jason Oakes, who played for the Newcastle Falcons, and experienced industry professional Derek Dowson.

The acquisition follows a successful partnership between the two companies, which began in 2018, which has supported its expansion in markets such as social housing.

Following the completion of the acquisition, Oakes Energy Services will be fully integrated into Pacifica Home Services to provide its solutions, such as air and ground source heating, solar PV and mine water heat extraction, to a wider UK customer base.

Phil Pallister, Managing Director of Pacifica Home Services, said: “Oakes Energy Services is a high quality, reliable business built on expert industry knowledge and experience, which is a welcome addition to Pacifica Home Services. 

“For the past 18 months we have worked closely with Jason and Derek, who are exceptionally well-respected in the renewable energy market, and have been impressed with the growth of the business. 

“Now, as a fully-integrated part of Pacifica Home Services we can develop the business further and support our strategy of embracing cutting-edge energy efficient technology.”

Jason Oakes of Oakes Energy said: “We are very proud to be part of Pacifica Home Services and help its customer base further benefit from the technology we provide to make the most of the alternative energy resources available for domestic and commercial properties.  

“The renewable energy market is continuing to grow and being part of Pacifica Home Services will help us take advantage of the opportunities the market is creating, particularly as the housing and commercial property markets focus on utilising low-carbon heating solutions.”