Halesowen MP visits innovative energy company
Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris visited local company Jigsaw Infrared to discuss new innovations in the energy sector.
Jigsaw Infrared heating systems are supplied to domestic and commercial properties. Based on the Coombswood Estate the company also has a manufacturing facility in Oldbury and its workforce has doubled over the last six months.
Mr Morris met managing director Matthew Billington to discuss Jigsaw’s progress as well as the challenges the company is facing.
The MP said: "Transitioning to greener technologies is important if we are to reach our target of net zero by 2050, and it is great to have businesses like Jigsaw in Halesowen that are leading the way in innovative solutions.
"I was really pleased to catch up with Matthew and hear about the progress they are making, as they continue to deliver innovative heating solutions."
Matthew Billington, managing director of Jigsaw Infrared, said: "Thanks to James for visiting our offices to discuss our green infrared heating and hot water systems.
"There has been a huge shift to green technologies which has been backed by Government investments, which has supported Jigsaw’s development to manufacturing and the growth of our team."