Salix College Energy Fund – Currently accepting applications

Salix has further interest-free funding still available for Further Education Colleges in England. The funding is intended to act as a catalyst for investment in energy efficiency technologies which will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create financial savings.

If you are in the position to apply before March, contact Salix to discuss funding opportunities.

Overcoming Funding Barriers for NHS Estates Webinar

Salix are joining 4allofus and University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust on a webinar to discuss overcoming funding barriers for NHS estate improvements.

The webinar will be taking place on Friday 26th January at 11am. Click here to register.

Salix attending the AUDE Big Conversation; 25 years of HE estates

The CPD certified conference will be taking place on 25th January at Liverpool Hope University, Creative Campus from 10am – 16:30pm.

As part of AUDE’s (Association of University Directors of Estates) 25th anniversary, the Big Conversation 2018 will look at 25 years of higher education estates ‘lessons from the past to build our future

Salix Finance’s response to the Department of Business Energy & Industrial Strategy’s call for evidence: “Leading by example: cutting energy bills and carbon emissions in the public and higher education sectors”

Salix Finance was invited to submit a response to the Department of Business Energy & Industrial Strategy‘s (BEIS) call for evidence in “Leading by example: cutting energy bills and carbon emissions in the public and higher education sectors”. The response outlines key recommendations to widen the accessibility of low carbon technologies available to the public and higher education sectors.

Grendon Parish Council uses interest-free finance from Salix to part fund LED street lighting upgrade

Grendon Parish Council in Northamptonshire applied to Salix for an interest-free loan to part finance the replacement of the council’s street lighting stock. Grendon had the aim of modernising the council’s street lighting lanterns to light emitting diodes (LED), which would reduce the council’s energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. The council used an interest-free loan of £4,800 to part finance a £9,500 programme to upgrade 34 street lights with energy efficient LED lanterns.

Wales Funding Programme Deadline Approaching – 31st December 2017

Following the success from previous rounds of funding throughout 2016/17, Salix announced further rounds for 2017/18 for the Wales Funding Programme earlier this year.  The funding programme combines both the Salix Energy Efficiency Loans Scheme (SEELS) and the Invest to Save - Green Growth Finance Schemes into one application process.

Salix exhibiting at NALC’s making local economic growth work conference

The conference will be taking place on Wednesday 13 December in London.

Salix exhibiting at IHEEM’s President’s Address and Awards Ceremony 2017: Heritage, Innovation and The Membership Balance

The event will be taking place on November 30th at Central Hall Westminster, London.

The event will provide attendees with the opportunity to discover more about the work being undertaken by IHEEM and is an opportunity for attendees to network, share knowledge and build connections.

The event comprises of a free to attend Seminar in the afternoon followed by an invitation-only evening reception. The afternoon seminar will focus on the recently published Royal Academy of Engineering report which IHEEM was involved in producing.

Salix exhibiting at the HFMA Annual Conference

This year’s annual conference will be taking place on the 6th – 8th December 2017 at the Hilton Metropole, London.

The conference takes its title from the president’s theme, ‘Everyone Counts.’ During the three day conference, delegates will have the opportunity to hear from prominent figures across the NHS along with key policy makers, politicians, clinician’s and technical experts.

University of Reading fume cupboard ventilation improvements result in impressive carbon and financial savings

The University of Reading identified fume cupboards that had been running 24/7 since they were installed, and by investing a total of £1,010,000, they undertook a programme of works to improve the efficiency of these fume cupboards.  Funding for the project included £187,000 of interest-free Salix funding, £418,000 from the Salix/HEFCE joint funded Revolving Green Fund (RGF4) and £405,000 of their own internal funding,


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