FITCH AFFIRMED ENEL “A-” LONG-TERM AND “F-2” SHORT-TERM CREDIT RATINGS AND REMOVED THE RATING WATCH NEGATIVE. THE OUTLOOK ON THE LONG-TERM RATING IS MODIFIED TO STABLE FROM NEGATIVE

Rome, July 30th, 2009 – Fitch affirmed today its “A-” long-term credit rating on Enel S.p.A., removing the negative Rating Watch, and affirmed as well its “F-2” short-term credit rating on the Company. The long-term credit rating outlook has been modified to stable from negative.

The negative Rating Watch removal reflects Enel’s Group improved liquidity position following the completion of the Company’s 8 billion euros capital increase, the successful disposal of some no core assets and the payment of an extraordinary dividend amounting to 4.1 billion euros by Endesa to Enel related to the sale of assets to E.On in 2008.

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