Client Support Material
The Client Support Area includes additional information that may be of interest to clients. Information you will be able to find in this area includes: technology guides, presentations given at various events, carbon management plans. general guidance documents and various Salix update guides.
These documents can only be downloaded by users working for public sector bodies. If you would like to access these, please register and select the option to request access.
Documents are displayed with the most recent first.
|Further Education College Workshops - Autumn 2018||A Salix presentation given in Autumn 2018 with a review of energy efficiency opportunities and technologies by Briar Associates.||December 2018|
|Q & A with Paul Spencer at Oxford City Council||Q&A session with Paul Spencer, Energy & Carbon Manager at Oxford City Council.||December 2018|
|Parrs Wood High School: Delivering a BEMS upgrade, lessons learnt||Chris shares his knowledge and experience from installing and managing a BEMS project to achieve HVAC savings at the school.||July 2018|
|ATKINS: An Introduction to BEMS||Introductory session delivered by ATKINS on understanding and delivering BEMS technology in the public sector||July 2018|
|Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust: Understanding and Trusting your BEMS||Damian shares MFT's knowledge and experience on using BEMS to deliver savings with AHUs.||July 2018|
|Lighting operational hours tool||Tool designed to support clients in estimating the annual operational hours of their lighting.||June 2018|
|ATKINS: An Introduction to CHP||Introductory morning session delivered by ATKINS complete with supporting presentation notes..||January 2018|
|ATKINS: Assessing the feasibility for CHP||The second morning session delivered by ATKINS complete with supporting presentation notes.||January 2018|
|Royal Marsden Hospital - London CHP workshop||Ehsan informatively provides insight to the operation of the Trust’s CHP plant including interrogation of CHP operation to maximise the efficiency and benefit to the Hospital.||January 2018|
|University of Birmingham - Birmingham CHP workshop||Ian introduces the importance of CHP to the University’s district heating network that combines two types of CHP technology to achieve security and centralisation of heat and power.||January 2018|