Make Energy Change Happen Toolkit
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Step 1: Pinpoint your problem
Step 2: Get to know your target group
Step 3: Understand your context
Step 4: Is the time right?
Step 5: Identify relevant stakeholders
Step 6: Define goals and objectives
Step 7: Plan for and with your target group
Step 8: Select and adapt your instruments
Step 9: Test your ideas
Step 10: Engage your target group
Step 11: Motivate through feedback
Step 12: Get some feedback
Step 13: Evaluate and improve
Step 14: Develop a learning culture
Tools and Ideas
Knowledge Quick Bites
Questions & Answers
Backgrounds are theoretical insights or research results that underlie our practical advice.
These Backgrounds are parts of the steps in the
, but are listed here for a complete overview.
A clear problem statement leads to better focus and goals
Networks promote durable change
Different stakeholders have different interests and expectations
Quantify and qualify project success
How to become an organisation with greater systemic impact
Two different types of behaviour
Instruments to promote energy savings
Why are stakeholders important?
Learning: know-how (single-loop learning) and know-why (double-loop learning)
Why is it important to track your progress?