FUEL THE CHANGE INITIATIVE DISCUSSED IN HOUSE OF COMMONS
Jesse Norman, Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Minister and Paul Scully MP, have positively welcomed and discussed MAXIMeyes’ Fuel The Change initiative during the fuel poverty debate in the House Of Commons.
Paul Scully, PM praised MAXIMeyes’ aim to take 1,000 homes out of fuel poverty by 2020. “Write a check” says Scully, “gives a boss a short term glow, but use a company’s resources to tackle something connected to their core business can have a far bigger effect on the beneficiaries. I am delighted that is a Sutton business that it is taking the lead encouraging other companies to join them to give something back”.
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