1. What is the nominal value of Endesa shares?

    Since 1 October 1999, the nominal value of Endesa shares has been 1.20 Euro.

2. What is the share capital of Endesa S.A.?

    As of 31 December 2015, Endesa S.A. had a share capital of 1,270,502,540.40 Euro fully subscribed and paid up. This total has not changed over the past ten years and comprises 1,058,752,117 shares, each with a nominal value of 1.20 Euro, all of the same class and carrying the same voting and dividend rights.

3. On which stock markets are Endesa shares listed?

    Endesa S.A. shares are listed on the Spanish stock markets. The shares of Endesa S.A. have no longer been registered in the Foreign Stock Exchange of the Santiago Stock Exchange (Chile) and Valparaíso Stock Exchange (Chile) since, respectively, 23 and 29 December 2014. The cancellation of the registration of Endesa S.A. in the Registry of the Superintendence of Foreign Securities and Insurance of Chile has been effective as of 11 February 2015.

4. Has Endesa performed any share splits?

    In July 1997, a four-to-one share split was performed, splitting the nominal value four to one by reducing the nominal value without increasing share capital.

5. Where can I obtain information on the performance of Endesa shares?

    The “Endesa share/Stock market/Online trading” section provides information on the intraday and historical performance of Endesa shares.

6. How can I invest in Endesa shares?

    Private investors can only invest in Endesa shares through officially authorised financial intermediaries (banks, savings banks, securities companies, stock exchange brokers, and portfolio management companies). Please ensure the intermediary executing your investment orders is registered with the Spanish National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) or the Bank of Spain, and is authorised to offer and perform investment services in Spain. Information, warnings, and advice for investors are available on the CNMV’s website. (http://www.cnmv.es/).

7. What fees/commission must I pay for my investments?

    Operations on securities markets incur certain fees and commissions for the sale and purchase of securities, and commissions are also charged for the holding, administration and management on deposit of securities. In Spain, the maximum rates chargeable by officially authorised intermediaries are publicly available. Please obtain details of the maximum rates, which must be presented in a brochure before they can be applied. These rates are published by the Spanish National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), the Bank of Spain, and the entities themselves.

8. How can I find out when I will receive dividends?

    Exhaustive information on shareholders’ remuneration, providing details of the timing and type of remuneration and the amount thereof, is available on the website and through the Shareholders’ Office free phone. Your depositary agent will send you information about the payment of Endesa dividends into your securities account.

9. Is any plan in place to reinvest dividends?

    No plan currently exists for the reinvestment of dividends.

10. How can I obtain public information on Endesa S.A.?

    The website can be used to access and/or download information published by Endesa: financial statements, quarterly reports, reports about significant events, documentation about shareholders meetings, prospectuses, presentations, etc. Requests for this information to be sent by post can be made to the Shareholders’ Information Office * Shareholders’ Information Office free phone: 900 666 900 (calls within Spain); * Email: eoaccionista@Endesa.es * Post: Endesa Shareholders’ Information Office C/ Ribera del Loira, 60. 28042 Madrid SPAIN

11. How can shareholders submit their suggestions/opinions to Endesa?

    Shareholders can submit their suggestions/opinions to Endesa by contacting the Shareholders’ Information Office on the Shareholders’ Information free phone, 900 666 900 (calls within Spain); by email, eoaccionista@Endesa.es; or by post, C/ Ribera del Loira, 60. 28042 Madrid. Shareholders can also have their say on meeting agenda points during the Q&A session in general meetings. Shareholders can also write to the Board of Directors regarding items covered in meetings, and about any public information the company provides to the Spanish National Securities Market Commission subsequent to the last shareholders meeting.