Case Studies

Salix client case studies have been developed by Salix to promote and communicate how Salix funding has been used by a wide range of public sector clients to complete energy efficiency projects on their estates. The case studies cover a range of client sectors (such as schools, higher education establishments, the NHS etc.) and technologies funded through Salix.

Documents are displayed with the most recent first.

Title Description Date Added Document
Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust completes £30m energy efficiency upgrades to Broomfield and Basildon hospitals. Download
Wolfson College Oxford University’s Wolfson College is working to decarbonise its estate following a £5m grant from Phase 2 of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS). Download
Cranfield University Cranfield University has been awarded £4.9 million for a wide range of environmental improvements centred on its district heating system. Download
Aberystwyth University Aberystwyth University is working to significantly reduce its carbon emissions via the development of an innovative £2.9 million solar array project. Download
Derby College Derby College have been awarded £3.6 million through Phase 2 of the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS) to improve the efficiency and life span of existing buildings while reducing its carbon emissions. Download
Royal Latin School The Royal Latin School in Buckinghamshire has been awarded £282,484 to decarbonise their school building through the installation of air source
heat pumps.
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South Tyneside Council South Tyneside Council awarded £4.7m to support a new energy network using heat from abandoned flooded former coal mines to serve buildings within South Shields. Download
Staffordshire University Academies Trust Staffordshire University Academies Trust has been awarded £96,880 to decarbonise All Saints Church of England Academy in Denstone. Download
Saint Mary’s Catholic Primary School Saint Mary’s Catholic Primary School in Swindon, which is part of the Clifton Diocesan Education Consortium, has received £15,850 in funding as part of the Low Carbon Skills Fund (LCSF)to install several energy efficient technologies at its premises. Download
Royal Northern College of Music Greater Manchester Combined Authority has been awarded £78.2m in government funding. The Royal Northern College of Music will use £3.2m to install a range of measures to reduce carbon emissions. Download