Higher Education Institutions
Energy Efficiency Funding Available Now for Higher Education Institutions
If you have projects which you would like to apply for funding for, please get in contact with Charlie Reith-Pert on 02031 026 918 or email@example.com
The funding is available for over 120 energy-efficiency technologies and is repaid from the savings made on energy bills.
If you would like to apply, please download an application from our website here. Projects will be assessed and funding allocated based on value for money both in terms of financial payback on funding requested and estimated carbon savings.
Once a form is completed, this should be submitted alongside supporting information through the application page on our website. If you have any questions or require assistance, please do not hesitate to get in touch with a member of the HEI team who will be happy to help over the phone or arrange a meeting.
Salix can arrange a long-term, multiple year funding approach to be agreed through a reservation of funding. Please get in touch with the HEI team to explore this further.
For more information, please get in contact:
|Craig Mellis||0203 102 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Charlie Reith-Pert||0203 102 email@example.com|
|Emma Lawes||0203 102 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Client Support Officers|
|Francesca Edmonds||0203 102 email@example.com|
Salix provides 100% interest-free capital for the public sector to reduce their energy costs by enabling the installation of modern, energy efficient technologies and replacing dated, inefficient technologies. It has worked with over 100 Higher Education Institutes and supported over 4,000 projects since 2006. HEIs have utilised over £135 million of funding for energy-efficiency projects, estimated to save more than £37.5 million and 190,000 tonnes of carbon each year. With this new round of funding, Salix will continue to enable this work to be undertaken at HEIs.
Over 120 energy efficiency technologies can be funded including combined heat and power, LED lighting upgrades, laboratory upgrades and ICT improvements. The full technology list can be found here.
If you would like to find out more about energy-efficiency technologies and how these have been implemented at HEIs and across the public sector, you can find project knowledge slides and other useful information in our Knowledge Sharing Area.