Client Support Materials

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.
SusteIT - IT Footprint Tool User Guide and Assumptions An attempt has been made to estimate the electricity used by ICT at the University of Sheffield for HEEPI (See: This document sets out what is included, what is not included and the assumptions made.
Recycling Fund :The need for a renewed client commitment Document detailing the requirement for a renewed recycling fund client commitment.
Data Centre Review Example 2 An example of a data centre review undertaken by Futuretech for a Salix client.
SERS November 2011 Update - Spend Summary Report Document detailing updates to SERS in November 2011
London Fire Brigade Lighting Changes June10 Presentation on the various measures taken to increase efficiency of lighting across their sites.
CTG004 - Degree Days for Energy Management Degree days for energy management Carbon Trust Guide.
Salix & Briar BEMS Workshop Brief Briefing document which covers the main talking point from the BEMS workshops held in partnership with Briar Associates in September 2011
Greening Government ICT - Cabinet Office Cabinet Office report on measures being taken to improve energy efficiency of ICT within government.
University of Cambridge Experience with LED lighting Presentation detailing their experience with LED lighting as a replacement for MR16 and GU10 lamps.
2010 Best Practices - EU Code of Conduct on Data Centres Companion to the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centres v2.0. This document provides the full list of identified best practices for data centre operators as referenced in the Code of Conduct.