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Ten Principles1. Think Energy Efficiency (whatever you consider it is) First – think Small First; then replicate, evolve it and scale it up.

2. With regard to energy and energy processes you make decisions in a scenario suffering from excess of capacity and lagging far behind the latest technology developments

3. Focus your programs for targetting more accurate knowledge of energy use

4. There are three basic levels involved in energy management: amounts of energy; energy performance and energy efficiency

5. More energy efficiency rates mean higher confort, safer and more resilient processes and systems, better quality in products and services

6. Do not dismiss home and office based initiatives as an effective test bed scenario

7. Energy efficiency acts as a catalyst for energy mix and energy technology diversification and integration while strongly contributing to process performance improvement in process oriented management sytems

8. Yet, you are very much surrounded by partners that developed and got used to a «low cost – easy access to energy» scenario

9. Successful energy efficiency policies together with renewable energies initiatives do have strong effects on traditional energy sectors that need to be smoothly and flexibly yet firmly and long term driven

10. Energy storage, smart grids and clean technologies are to be key enablers in the final energy model, althuogh at present they might be more likely to add complexity during the transition period

11. As a general rule you will be facing low educational and awareness levels in regard to energy efficiency

12. New energy models very much tend to be distributed, so must be management systems and the underlying administrative structures in synergy with strong and proactive integrative processes