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Media Release
Wednesday 11 May 2011

Energy Networks Association CEO Andrew Blyth Resigns

The Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Networks Association, Andrew Blyth, has
announced his resignation from the organisation, effective Friday 20 May 2011.

“We have accepted Andrew’s resignation with regret. Andrew has led the ENA for much
of its history, and is largely responsible for its steady growth and its current structure,”
said Shane Breheny, Chairman of the Energy Networks Association (ENA).

“He has ably represented his members through a time of great change in the Australian
energy sector.

“Andrew has made a significant contribution to many national and state policy working
groups and on most of the key issues facing energy network businesses, Mr Breheny

“Under his stewardship the ENA has been an influential player in energy reform, and he
has built enduring relationships with state and federal governments, with the leading
national institutions in the energy sector, such as AEMO, AEMC, AER, and the ESAA,
and with international bodies.

“The Board of ENA would like to thank Andrew for his hard work and dedication to the
ENA and wish him well for the future,” Mr Breheny said.

Andrew was appointed as ENA Chief Executive in April 2006, following a successful
high level career with the Australian Government.

Jim Bain, ENA’s Director for Regulation, has been appointed Acting Chief Executive.


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