STANDARD & POOR’S AFFIRMED ENEL’S “A-” LONG-TERM CREDIT RATING AND “A-2” SHORT-TERM CREDIT RATING AND REVISED THE OUTLOOK TO NEGATIVE FROM STABLE

The outlook revision follows a similar amendment of the Italian Republic credit rating recently carried out by Standard & Poor’s

Rome, May 25th, 2011 – Standard & Poor’s affirmed today its “A-” long-term and “A-2” short-term corporate credit ratings on Enel SpA (hereinafter “Enel” or the “Company”), revising the outlook to negative from stable.

Such change follows the similar rating action carried out few days ago by Standard & Poor’s on the Italian Republic credit rating and takes into account the ownership structure of Enel where the Ministry of Economy and Finance owns slightly above 30% of the Company’s share capital.

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