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Financing Sustainability Our mission is to work with the public sector to reduce carbon Financing Sustainability Our mission is to work with the public sector to reduce carbon emissions through investment in energy efficiency and renewable technologies. Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

Agenda • HEFCE Salix Updates • Financing Sustainability • Student Force- delivering sustainability on Agenda • HEFCE Salix Updates • Financing Sustainability • Student Force- delivering sustainability on a limited budget • FE and HEI Case Studies • Q&A/Panel Discussion (15 -20 mins) • Key message. . . Pitch, funding, delivering projects to save cash and carbon Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

Our present HEFCE Salix Fund FY 2010 -11 • 64 Higher Education Institutions (incl Our present HEFCE Salix Fund FY 2010 -11 • 64 Higher Education Institutions (incl England, Scotland NI) • Excess of £ 11 m committed for investment in energy saving projects • • £ 3. 3 m Projected annual financial savings £ 47 m Projected lifetime financial savings Circa 20, 000 t. CO 2 Projected annual carbon savings Excess of 275, 000 t. CO 2 Projected lifetime carbon savings Indicative performance, as at 31/3/11 Salix Finance Year End subject to technical review Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

Our future • A tried and tested SEELS model • Continuation of quick paybacks Our future • A tried and tested SEELS model • Continuation of quick paybacks • Our methodology for assessing projects and the CO 2 associated with them is independently assessed by KPMG • Long may this continue – and here’s how… Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

Financing Sustainability • Neil Scott Financing Sustainability • Neil Scott

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Resourcing Sustainability capacity and innovation on a budget WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Resourcing Sustainability capacity and innovation on a budget

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Student. Force for Sustainability working and learning for a WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Student. Force for Sustainability working and learning for a sustainable future • 15 years of experience: over 800 graduates on placement • Low cost flexible services: recruitment, training, employment • Working in partnership: NUS, EAUC, Wrap, Defra, IEMA • 97% into paid employment following a placement “Our message to members is to invest in a sustainability graduate for up to a year and work with them to drive sustainability faster and further into your institutions… …it will be money well spent” (Iain Patton, EAUC)

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE The Investment Recruitment, training, support, networking: £ 2000 Salary: WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE The Investment Recruitment, training, support, networking: £ 2000 Salary: £ 15 -20 K pa/pro rata The Returns Resource efficiency Capacity to seek more funding Innovative and creative input for new projects or to develop existing work Justifying the importance of further investment in sustainability roles Adding to the core role of your institution: investing in learning

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Bristol: making a Green Impact “If I hadn’t had WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Bristol: making a Green Impact “If I hadn’t had Bethan at Bristol, I doubt we could have made Green Impact a success. I can’t put a figure on this, but it would be significant. You don’t always know what spin-offs might come from the work graduates do”. Whilst I have a graduate that is doing engagement activities, it frees the time of my energy manager to work on technical fixes and find more savings. The biggest benefit from my role was the increased level of engagement achieved between my department and the staff and student body. Communications Coordinator £ 18, 165 52 weeks

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Bournemouth: Eco. Campus enthusiasm Environmental Support Officer • Staff WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Bournemouth: Eco. Campus enthusiasm Environmental Support Officer • Staff and Student Engagement on carbon reduction and waste reduction • Assisted the implementation of major initiatives such as the Carbon Management Plan and Eco. Campus “Having Matt with us as Environmental Support Officer has enabled us to reach many more staff and students through our awareness activities, events and communications. In October 2010 Matt organised Green Week here at BU, enabling the team to directly engage with approximately 1500 people over a great five days. ” £ 17, 111 52 weeks

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE The Business Case: Wigan and Leigh College Environment and WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE The Business Case: Wigan and Leigh College Environment and Carbon Reduction Manager • • £ 25, 000 -£ 29, 000 Permanent post Sustainable Development Officer • • £ 16, 566 52 weeks • • • Lower Salary Fixed Term contract Outsourced Broader skills base Ongoing development Future justifications • • Knowledge and enthusiasm Implementation of plans and policy Bids submitted and won Flexible, permanent post at lower cost Additional benefits One-off recruitment payment Employment Services Individual project delivery Networking: sharing good practice

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Financing Sustainability at Wigan & Leigh College Financing Sustainability: WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Financing Sustainability at Wigan & Leigh College Financing Sustainability: Wigan & Leigh College Sustainable Development Officer • • • £ 16, 566 52 weeks Energy Management Waste Management Transport Education for Sustainable Development Position made permanent April 2010

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Energy Management • Created network of staff Sustainability Champions WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Energy Management • Created network of staff Sustainability Champions • Signed up to national 10: 10 campaign : senior management buy in! • College strategic objective: ‘achieve 10: 10 energy reduction targets’

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Energy Management • Reduction in electricity consumption at our WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Energy Management • Reduction in electricity consumption at our biggest site • Reducing out of hours consumption at other sites.

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Further projects External company assessed utility bills. Carbon Trust WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE Further projects External company assessed utility bills. Carbon Trust surveys (Focus on Further Education programme application) External Funding • Rippleffect – online water efficiency training • CSEP project development application – successful • CSEP capital grant application for solar panels Groundwork energy project (thermal imaging) • JISC: Suste-Tech project Sustainable Skills Project. • JISC: server virtualisation project – unsuccessful Bike lockers supplied by Council. • Salix application

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE For more information or support: joannakemp@studentforce. org. uk 01572 WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE For more information or support: [email protected] org. uk 01572 725843 www. studentforce. org. uk

A checklist to increase your delivery • • Project Compliance tool – Energy consumption A checklist to increase your delivery • • Project Compliance tool – Energy consumption data Website – www. Salix. Finance. co. uk Network/peers Regional Meetings Workshops Business cases assessments Case studies • The Salix Team Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

www. Salix. Finance. co. uk – practical help • Largest project types delivered in www. Salix. Finance. co. uk – practical help • Largest project types delivered in FY 2010/11 (by sum of technical cost): All Lighting types 43% Voltage Reduction Equipment 13% Insulation 7% Boilers 6% • Keep things simple – low hanging fruit and speak to our client base Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

RGF Project: LED Lighting in John Ryland’s Library University of Manchester AFTER: • Tubes: RGF Project: LED Lighting in John Ryland’s Library University of Manchester AFTER: • Tubes: 1222 x 6 ft, 417 x 5 ft, 320 x 4 ft • Load reduced by 64% to 318, 645 W • £ 62, 152 saving / year projected • Payback 2. 2 years • 303. 4 t. CO 2 saved / year BEFORE: • 883, 665 k. W • £ 97, 203/yr running costs • Technical Cost: £ 137, 829 • Over 2000 T 12 tubes of various lengths Project completion date – August 2010

RGF Project: LED Lighting in John Ryland’s Library University of Manchester Supporting comments • RGF Project: LED Lighting in John Ryland’s Library University of Manchester Supporting comments • Library open 6, 568 hours per year • Electricity cost of 11 pence per k. Whr • Actual savings over 4 months: 262, 901 k. Wh, £ 29, 000; 142 t. CO 2 • During and since installation only 8 tubes have failed (replaced under warranty) • Zero maintenance costs, zero additional lamp purchase costs, zero disposal costs • Uniform lighting across areas • Work done ‘in-house’ Client – University of Manchester Client contact - Damian Oatway Tel – 0161 2752277 damian. [email protected] ac. uk Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

RGF Project: LED Lighting in John Ryland’s Library University of Manchester Supporting comments – RGF Project: LED Lighting in John Ryland’s Library University of Manchester Supporting comments – Major Benefits • Justified employment of Carbon Reduction Technicians • 3 months to complete project (team of 4) • Estimated readings have been exceeded due to non inclusion of ballast/transformer loss, and lamps being left on 24/7 even when library closed Client – University of Manchester Tel – 0161 2752277 Client contact - Damian Oatway damian. [email protected] ac. uk Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

Installation of Data Centre Free Cooling University of St. Andrews AFTER • 258, 198 Installation of Data Centre Free Cooling University of St. Andrews AFTER • 258, 198 k. Whrs saved / yr, 47% savings • Saving 140 t. CO 2/yr • Financial savings £ 21, 482/yr • 2. 2 yr payback New Build Data Centre Wall of 8 dry air coolers with varying flow temps and modulating When outside air is below 7 C = 100% Free Cooling. Some free cooling for over 80% of year. Salix funded additional costs above standard cooling system of £ 46, 382 Project completion date – July 2010

Installation of Low Energy UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply) University of St. Andrews AFTER • Installation of Low Energy UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply) University of St. Andrews AFTER • 337, 200 k. Whrs saved / yr, 10% savings • Saving 183 t. CO 2/yr • Financial savings £ 28, 055/yr • 1. 2 yr payback BEFORE: • New Build Data Centre High Efficiency UPS; Eaton 9395 UPS • High efficiency double conversion mode: Variable Module Management & Energy Saver Systems • Energy consumption 3, 372, 000 k. Wh • £ 279, 876/yr running costs Technical Cost £ 32, 452 Project completion date – July 2010

Installation of Low Energy UPS University of St. Andrews Supporting comments • Power Utilisation Installation of Low Energy UPS University of St. Andrews Supporting comments • Power Utilisation Effectiveness (PUE) of 1. 2 - probably the best in the sector. (PUE = total energy into a data centre : energy delivered to IT equipment) • PUE of 1. 2 is only achievable without mechanical cooling, therefore free cooling controls are installed. • UPS has highest efficiency when at full capacity. Modular system is automatically optimised. • Energy calculations based on run hours and energy use • Electricity at 8. 3 p/k. W at time of design • Carbon reduction & fuel rate fluctuations further justifies change • Salix has also financed Verdiem power saving software on a 1, 000 PCs, with a 0. 9 year payback. • We now educate all our suppliers about Salix so that they can propose innovative ideas to us. Client : University of St Andrews Tel : 01334 463976 Client contact: David Stutchfield Email: ds [email protected] ac. uk

RGF Project: Replacement of Fume Cupboard Fans at Erasmus Darwin Building, Nottingham Trent University RGF Project: Replacement of Fume Cupboard Fans at Erasmus Darwin Building, Nottingham Trent University AFTER: • 13 fan motors replaced with APMG fan motors. Inverters fitted where possible. • Motor rating of 30. 29 k. W with no performance loss • Energy savings of 156, 454 k. Wh • £ 11, 734 saving / year projected • 85. 1 t. CO 2 saved / year • Payback 4. 8 yrs BEFORE: • 13 fans for fume cupboard extract • Energy consumption 421, 000 k. W • Motor rating of 48. 1 k. W • Technical cost £ 56, 599 Project completion date – April 2009

RGF Project: Replacement of Fume Cupboard Fans at Erasmus Darwin Building, Nottingham Trent University RGF Project: Replacement of Fume Cupboard Fans at Erasmus Darwin Building, Nottingham Trent University Supporting comments • Energy calculations based on current and forecasted server energy use. • Original payback period was based on electricity price of 7. 5 p/k. Wh, although from Oct 2009 payback period will decrease due to new electricity price of approximately 8 p/k. Wh • Installer: CSW Technical Services http: //cswtechnical. com/ • Supplier: APMG Ltd http: //www. apmg. co. uk/about. html • Project Leader – Lee Kerry, Mechanical Engineer. Nottingham Trent University Client – Nottingham Trent University Tel – 0115 848 2462 Client contact - Scott Brooks Email – scott. [email protected] ac. uk Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

Why not cut your energy bill? • If these projects were commissioned at any Why not cut your energy bill? • If these projects were commissioned at any HE or FE Total Technical Cost • Emissions savings £ 273, 264 712 t CO 2 per year Net Financial Savings £ 129, 996 p/a Combined payback is circa 2 years • Funding available– use your existing or SEELS monies • Additional knowledge–www. salixfinance. co. uk • Together we can make a real impact - saving Cash and Carbon Salix Finance Ltd is an independent, not for profit company funded by The Department for Energy and Climate Change, The Welsh Assembly Government and The Scottish Government via The Carbon Trust. Salix works in partnership with The Higher Education Funding Council for England on its Revolving Green Fund.

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