Those who are familiar with the current Salix application process will be aware of the tools available through the knowledge share area of the website, which support clients in making detailed applications for interest-free energy efficiency finance.
Salix are proud to be taking part in the Lord Mayor’s Appeal, City Giving Day on the 24th September 2019.
In addition to taking part in the City Giving Day Quiz night and Long Lunch, Salix are involved in the Tour de City static bike challenge for the second year running.
The event will be held on the Old Roadway (Paternoster Row) on the north side of St Paul's Cathedral in aid of The Lord Mayor's Appeal.
Salix are delighted to announce that the organisation has been awarded the Investors in People Gold accreditation demonstrating their commitment to high performance through great people management.
Staff at Salix are thrilled to be confirmed as one of the top organisations in the UK to have been awarded the Gold accreditation*, showcasing staff commitment to workplace engagement and representing the importance of shared values and purpose.
Salix will once again be holding Regional Meetings across England in Autumn 2019.
These annual meetings are an opportunity for current and prospective clients from Local Government organisations to network and share knowledge, expertise and experience in delivering energy efficiency projects.
Content will include discussions around emerging energy efficiency technologies, the impact of the Public Sector on mitigating climate change, as well as updates from Salix on its funding models.
Sam Boot is the ESS Energy and Carbon Manager and has been managing the Newcastle University Recycling Fund for the last year after running Salix projects for the University in a previous role. Below he tells us more about his role at the University and his work on the recycling fund, energy efficiency and carbon reduction.
Press Release: New multi-million-pound programme launched to help Scottish universities reduce their carbon footprint
The Scottish Funding Council (SFC), supported by Salix Finance, is launching a £19m programme aimed at boosting investment in energy efficiency across Scotland’s higher education institutions. The programme will provide accessible support and finance for carbon reduction throughout the sector and build capacity for funding in additional years, to benefit both students and staff.
The seminar, which will explore the policy surrounding climate change alongside practical issues that councils can look to adopt change, is taking place on 12th July 2019 at the Hilton Hotel in Liverpool.
The conference will see delegates from across the UK attending specialist discussions about new innovative approaches to tackling climate change including:
Salix is pleased to announce being awarded Highly Commended in the Company of the Year category at the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2019. The awards ceremony took place this week, where over 500 executives, politicians, investors, entrepreneurs, and campaigners from across the green economy gathered in London for the ninth annual BusinessGreen Leaders Awards.
To date, Salix Finance has supported the Scottish public sector to invest over £63 million in energy efficiency projects which are forecasted to have saved the public sector more than £10 million a year. These projects are contributing towards the Scottish Governments carbon reduction targets as well as improving and modernising facilities for the public.
The HFMA West Midlands conference is taking place on the 13th June 2019 at the Hilton Metropole in Birmingham and will bring together over 300 delegates from across the industry to share learning with colleagues and explore a range of potential solutions for NHS organisations.
A number of workshops will be held in addition to several presentations from industry experts including;