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The concerted action covers topics where coordination and/or harmonisation of approaches would be beneficial, but are not required by EU legislation.
A concerted action meets the conditions laid down in Article 190(1)(f)114 of the rules implementing the Financial Regulation and the relevant procedures will be applied. Concerted actions will be undertaken by organisations designated by the MS and other countries participating in the CA. It aims at fostering exchanges of information and experience between MS and participating countries.
Each concerted action will be allocated to a consortium of organisations designated and entrusted by the participating countries, under the coordination of one member of the consortium.
The main objectives of the CA EED II are as follows:
 To enhance and structure the sharing of information and experiences from national implementation whilst promoting good practice concepts in activities to improve and strengthen MS implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive.
 To encourage dialogue between the Member States on common approaches for the effective implementation of particular parts of the Energy Efficiency Directive.
 To complement the work of the Committee assisting the European Commission.

Legal entities: 1 - Austrian Energy Agency (AEA), Mariahilferstraße 136, 1150 Vienna, Austria 2 - Flemish Energy Agency (VEA), Koning Albert II-laan 20, Brussels, BE-1000, Belgium 3 - Sustainable Energy Development Agency (SEDA) , 37, Ekzarh Josiff Str. 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria 4 - Ministry of Economy (MOE), Ulica grada Vukovara 78, 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia 5 - Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism (MECIT), 13-15 Andrea Araouzou Str,1421 Nicosia, Cyprus 6 - Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT), Na Františku 32, 110 15 Praha 1 Czech Republic 7 - Danish Energy Authority (DEA), Amaliegade 44, DK 1256, Copenhagen K, Denmark 8 - Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications (MKM), Harju 11, 15072 Tallinn, Estonia 9 - Motiva Oy (Motiva), Urho Kekkosen katu 4-6 A, 100, Helsinki, Finland 10 - French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME), 500 route des lucioles, 06560 Valbonne, France
11 - Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), Frankfurter Str. 29-35,65760 Eschborn, Germany 12 - Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES), 19th km Marathonos Ave, 19009, Pikermi Attiki, Greece 13 - Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA), 1054 Budapest, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 52, Hungary 14 - Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources (DCNER), 29-31 Adelaide Road, Dublin 2, Ireland 15 - Italian National Agency for new technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), F19 SP002, Via Anguillarese 301, 0123 Rome, Italy 16 - Ministry of Economics (EM), Brīvības iela 55, Rīga, LV - 1519, Latvia 17 - Ministry of the Economy (Mineco), 19-21 Boulevard Royal, L-2449 Luxembourg, Luxembourg,18 - State Enterprise Energy Agency (ENA), Gedimino pr. 38, LT-01104 Vilnius, Lithuania 19 - Ministry for Industry and Health (MEH), Auberge, De Castille, Valletta, VLT 1061, Malta 20 - Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO), Slachthuisstraat 71, 6041 CB, Roermond, The Netherlands 21 - Polish National Energy Conservation Agency (KAPE), 21/25 Nowowiejska St.00-665, Warsaw, Poland 22 - Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (OED), P.O. Box 8148 Dep, NO- 0033 Oslo, Norway 23 - Directorate General for Energy and Geology (DGEG), Av. 5 de Outubro, 208 (Edifício Sta. Maria), 1069 - 203 Lisboa, Portugal 24 - Romanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE), Sos. Cotroceni nr.4, sector 6, Bucuresti, cod postal 060114, Romania 25 - Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic (MHSR), Mierova 19, 827 15 Bratislava, Slovakia 26 - Ministry of Infrastructure (MZIP), DE Kopitarjeva ulica 5, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia 27 - Institute for Diversification and Energy Saving (IDAE), Calle de la Madera, 8, E-28004 Madrid, Spain

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