ENEL RENEWED THE GLOBAL MEDIUM TERM NOTES PROGRAMME BY RAISING THE AMOUNT TO 25 BILLION EUROS

Published on Friday, 4 May 2007

Rome, 4 May 2007 -  Enel SpA, (rating A+/A-1 watch negative from S&P’s and Aa3/P-1 watch negative by Moody’s), has renewed its Global Medium Term Notes Programme. The amount increased to 25 billion euros from the previous 10 billion euros.

The issuers of the programme are Enel SpA and Enel Finance International SA, a financial vehicle based in Luxembourg wholly owned and guaranteed by Enel Spa.

Arrangers of the programme are Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan.

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