Salix Street Lighting Workshop
Salix is pleased to announce that it will be holding a Street Lighting Workshop on Wednesday the 8th of November 2017.
The workshop will focus on local authority street lighting managers sharing best practice and lessons learnt from recently completed projects across the country. The workshop aims to build on the successes that our clients have achieved, by sharing technical and financial knowledge across local authorities, and hearing from industry leaders.
Local authorities can make considerable financial and carbon savings by upgrading to energy efficient street lighting. In England, Salix has financed over £75 million of local authority street lighting projects across 57 local authorities. These projects are now saving those councils a projected £16.8 million and over 70,000 tonnes of carbon per annum.
Wednesday 8th November 2017
London Borough of Brent
- Gavin Moore, Head of Parking and Lighting, Brent Council
- Peter Burbidge, LINC, Technical Manager and ILP London and South Eastern, Regional Technical Officer
- Sue Kinsella, Street Light Asset Manager and Richard Emmett, Street Lighting LED Project Manager, Kent County Council
- Peter Wiggins, Outcome Manager, Community Infrastructure, Gloucestershire County Council
- Salix Finance
A detailed agenda and transport information will be circulated to confirmed attendees. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
Please note that places are limited, so please email your interest to:
Michael.Mcilroy@salixfinance.co.uk by the 20th of October 2017
Ahead of the workshop we would recommend that you visit our Knowledge Share Area to view case studies and technical project knowledge slides of projects financed by Salix.
If you are unable to attend the Salix Street Lighting Workshop but are interested in learning more about finance for street lighting or other public sector energy efficiency projects, please get in touch as we would be happy to meet with you on another occasion.
If you are a consultant, supplier or contractor looking to learn more about Salix, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register interest for a separate workshop that will be held later this year.