Salix Finance Ltd delivers 100% interest-free capital to the public sector to improve their energy efficiency and reduce their carbon emissions. Established in 2004, Salix is an independent, not-for-profit company, funded by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC), Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), Department for Education (DfE), the Welsh Assembly Government, and the Scottish Government.
Salix enables public sector organisations across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to take a lead in tackling climate change by increasing their energy efficiency.
Dr Amanda Slevin, Queen’s University Belfast
Dr Katherine Haxton, Keele University
Grounds & Gardens Team, University of Leicester
Dr Maggy Fostier and Dr Ruth Grady, The University of Manchester
Emma Kidd, Glasgow Caledonian University
Margaret Jennings, Goldsmiths, University of London
Charlotte Evans and Millicent Sutton, University of St Andrews
Meggie Eloy and Carla Field, University of Leicester
The Salix ‘Love our Colleges’ webinar is aiming to support colleges in England and Wales with their energy efficiency projects, resulting in a wide range of benefits...
The Lincoln College Group - carbon reduction case study with Salix funding
University of Reading - carbon reduction case study with Salix funding
This Exchange presentation is from the “Learning and Legacy: The Role of Education in Creating Healthier and Happier Cities” EAUC Annual Conference 2016, presented...
Salix Client Case Studies have been developed by Salix to promote and communicate how Salix funding has been used by a wide range of public sector clients to complete energy...
This report demonstrates that Government loan funding is ensuring that public sector energy-efficiency projects which otherwise would not have sufficient capital to progress are...
In partnership with the Department for Education and the Department for Energy and Climate Change, Salix is launching a research pilot project for a limited amount of...
We wanted to get some useful sustainable business tops tips from each of our 2015 EAUC Annual Conference sponsors - these are the tips from Salix.
This Exchange presentation is from the “Challenging Connections” EAUC Annual Conference 2015, presented by Salix.
The University of Manchester used £2.2m funding from the HEFCE/Salix Revolving Green Fund (RGF) to implement energy efficient technologies. This is how they made improvements to...
HEFCE and Salix formed a partnership in 2008 and established a 50:50 investment of £20m. Today, there is approximately a client base of 55 clients
The Project Knowledge Slide area is home to a collection of more than 200 Project Knowledge Slides (PKS) from Recycling Fund and SEELS clients.