Salix College Energy Fund how to apply ('exchange' webinar)

4th Nov 2015 12:00 – 13:00

LiFE Framework: N/A
EAUC Competency Level: Starting out / On the Road (what does this mean?)


The EAUC hosted this webinar with Salix Finance to introduce the 3rd round of the Salix College Energy Fund.

Salix presented examples of past projects, eligible technologies and a comprehensive break down of the application process itself, including how the loan is set up. The podcast will give insight into the technical and financial sides of a Salix Application.

Martin Sings, Estate Engineer at City College Plymouth, also gives a presentation on past projects and offers some helpful hints and tips to other colleges looking to apply.

Why should I watch the podcast?
The podcast will equip you with the essential knowledge to make a Salix application. It includes examples of past projects, eligible technologies and a comprehensive break down of the application process itself, including how the loan is set up. 

Who is this podcast for?
Whoever will be making the Salix application – Energy Managers, Energy Officers, Environmental Managers, Estates and Facilities Managers and Finance Managers.

Please note that this 'exchange' webinar podcast is for Further Education institutions only.

Key Learning Outcomes
• How funding can benefit your college
• Understand the Salix project criteria
• Eligible technologies
• What is needed for an application (compliance tool, business case, supporting calculations)
• Be confident in making an application to the new fund

Speakers
Charlie Reith-Pert – Salix Client Support Officer
Matt Caville – Salix Technical Services Manager
Yvette Schlegelmilch – Salix PR & Marketing Officer
Martin Sings - Estates Engineer, City College Plymouth

You can learn more about the third round of funding here.

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Podcast

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