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National Museum of Wales Utilising Salix Funding

By providing interest-free capital, Salix can assist publically funded museums to achieve financial savings, enhance visitor experience and improve the long-term care for museum collections using energy efficient technologies. In this sector, as well as the carbon and financial benefits of undertaking energy efficiency projects, there are many key benefits, such as maintaining the internal environments and reducing the maintenance cost of building services.

Salix Exhibiting at AUDE Annual Conference

The ‘Leadership & Challenge – Doing things differently’ Annual Conference is taking place on 9th – 11th April 2018 at the University of Kent.

This year, Admiral Sir Trevor Soar KCB OBE and endurance record holder, Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE will be speaking along with higher education and external professionals.

There will be the opportunity to network with suppliers and catch up with colleagues over several social activities, including the conference dinner on Monday 9th April.

Salix exhibiting at The Trust Network Second National Conference: ‘Good Estate Management’

The Trust Network is a network for all independently run, state-funded schools providing its members with an opportunity to share best practice and exchange knowledge.

The conference will be held on 11th April 2018 at Corby Business Academy from 9am – 4pm.

Topics and speakers will include;

Julia Wood, Acting Director of Capital Group, ESFA – (Keynote)

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New £25 million fund for Maintained Schools and Sixth Form Colleges

Salix is excited to announce a new £25 million fund to be utilised by schools across England for energy efficiency projects. This fund follows a successful 6 year partnership with the Department for Education.

Salix provides funding for maintained schools to improve their energy efficiency. Through the installation of energy efficient technologies, schools can lower energy bills and create a more comfortable learning environment.

Five top energy efficient technologies helping universities to save money on energy bills

Salix Finance has worked closely with many universities, providing interest-free Government finance for energy efficiency projects in line with their carbon management programmes as they seek to reduce bills and meet carbon targets. Aside from the financial and carbon savings, these energy efficiency projects have also benefited the learning and working environments around estates, reduced maintenance costs, and improved the overall standard of estates.

Salix Exhibiting at APSE: Highways, Street Lighting and Winter Maintenance Seminar 2018

The seminar will be taking place on the 22nd and 23rd March 2018 at the Hilton Hotel in Blackpool.  

This seminar will explore the core issues which will impact on the sector in the near future as well as the longer-term challenges and provides an excellent learning opportunity for highways and street lighting teams.

Topics include the future investment options for our roads network, new technological developments and innovation in highways maintenance, street lighting and winter maintenance and resilience services.

Over £19 million of BEMS and building controls projects financed across the UK public sector

Salix will be running workshops on BEMS and building controls for the public sector later this year in May and June. These will be an opportunity to learn more about best practise for the design and operation of these systems, as well as how Salix funding can be utilised to help with the upfront costs of installation. If you work for a public sector organisation and are interested in attending please contact [email protected].

Salix Accepting Applications for University Energy-Efficiency Project Financing

Salix has interest-free financing for available for Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in England. If you are in the position to apply before March, please contact Salix to discuss funding opportunities.

Salix also welcomes early submissions and are happy to have discussions about pipeline projects or those which are in the early stages.

The funding is available for over 100 energy-efficiency technologies and Salix can provide support for programmes of work spanning multiple years.

Saving £107,720 Annually through Saving Energy: Glasgow Life and Salix Finance

Heat, Light and Air: How Glasgow Life Saved £107,720 a Year

Glasgow Life, a charity providing sporting and cultural activities on behalf of Glasgow City Council, has taken steps with Salix to drive a reduction in carbon emissions across their facilities in their efforts to meet Scotland’s carbon reduction targets. 

In 2016, Glasgow Life became the first leisure organisation in Scotland to set up a Salix Recycling Fund. With interest-free match funding from Salix Finance, they have created a £420,000 ring-fenced fund dedicated to energy saving projects.

Salix Presenting at BUFDG Annual Conference 2018

The conference is taking place from the 25th – 27th March 2018 at the University of Hull.

BUFDG is the professional support Organisation for Finance Directors in UK higher education institutions with over 170 institutional members.

The BUFDG Annual Conference is the must-attend event of the year for Finance Directors to network with colleagues and suppliers to the sector, and receive high-level, HE finance-specific CPD. Each year around 120 Finance Directors and/or their immediate deputy attend the event.

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