Press Release

Press Release: Best of British - Salix Finance

Salix is extremely excited and proud to be selected by the Telegraph, as a small business delivering jobs, growth and prosperity for people across the UK in their Best of British series.

Top Technologies for Further Education Colleges

The most effective energy efficient technologies to help reduce energy consumption and monetary spending in Further Education Colleges.

University of Birmingham to save millions thanks to energy efficiency upgrades

The University of Birmingham is on track to save hundreds of thousands of pounds a year and significantly reduce its greenhouse gas emissions after investing in a range of energy efficient technologies.

Over the last ten years, the university has implemented more than £4m worth of energy reduction projects, including lighting upgrades and cooling system replacements, in a bid to lower its energy use and environmental impact.

Press Release: Top 5 technologies helping universities save on their energy bills

With thousands of students, lecturers and visitors on a daily basis, and with many facilities like computer suites and libraries open 24/7, universities can be naturally high energy users with equally high energy bills.

Press Release: Sunderland City Council begin Phase Two of their £14m Street Lighting Programme

For councils across the country, reducing energy consumption and improving energy efficiency is high on the agenda.

Street lighting presents a significant opportunity amongst local authorities as they look to make substantial financial savings and meet their carbon reduction targets. Prevalent technologies include replacing luminaires with LED’s and fitting centralised controls. Since the first street lighting application in 2008, Salix has supported  over 57 local authorities to deliver over £76 million of projects.

Press Release: Kent County Council benefit from over £27m of Salix finance for LED street lighting conversion

Upgrading inefficient street lighting to LED is a popular choice amongst local authorities working towards carbon reduction targets, as more councils are realising significant energy savings and reductions in carbon emissions after making the switch. One excellent example of a local authority which is utilising its street lighting to support their carbon reduction targets is Kent County Council.

Press Release: Financing lighting energy efficiency in the public sector

For local authorities across the country, there is considerable potential to make significant energy spend and carbon emission savings through the installation of energy efficient technologies.

Upgrading street lighting is one way that councils can effectively reduce their long-term energy and maintenance costs, while at the same time improving the quality of light.

Such energy efficient upgrades are readily available, and often repay their initial capital cost within just a few years, providing councils with additional funds to utilise in other areas.

Press Release: New £25 million funding programme for maintained schools

For schools and academies across the country, reducing energy consumption and improving energy efficiency is high on the agenda. Successfully minimising energy usage brings with it a number of benefits, helping educators to not only lessen their outgoing spend and free up funds to be used elsewhere, but also reduce their environmental impact and contribute towards national carbon reduction targets.

Press Release: Tackling energy efficiency in education

Throughout the education sector there is an increasing awareness of the benefits of implementing a well-rounded energy efficiency plan. Here, Jack Saunders, Client Support Officer at Salix Finance Schools and Academies Programme, explores the opportunity for school managers to maximise the success of energy efficiency initiatives.

Press Release: £9m saving for NHS Trust thanks to energy efficiency upgrade

For public sector organisations across the country, energy consumption is an important consideration as they look to reduce spend, free up funds, and minimise their environmental impact.

This is especially the case for the energy intensive NHS sector. With thousands of employees, patients and visitors to serve on a daily basis, and with many facilities open 24/7, NHS Trusts are naturally high energy users with significant energy bills.


Subscribe to RSS - Press Release
Web design & development by objectsource