Dominique van den Berg appointed as ENA CEO

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Dominique van den Berg has been appointed as the next Chief Executive Officer of Energy Networks Australia (ENA).

van den Berg has over 20 years of international experience in the energy business, including directing BG Group’s operations in South and East Asia, Shell‘s energy transition team, and, most recently, strategy and sustainability at AGL.

ENA Chair Frank Tudor made the announcement following an extensive recruitment procedure.

“The ENA Board is delighted to welcome Dom van den BErg to lead ENA at this exciting and critical time for the energy network sector,” Tudor said.


According to Tudor, during the next few years, networks and strong leadership across the sector will be critical in achieving the energy transition for ENA’s consumers and members.

“Continuing to deliver safe, reliable, and affordable energy services for customers is our ongoing priority. Keeping pace with the accelerating energy transition and our customers’ expectations for innovation to support their needs, we are focussed and committed to supporting and driving a resilient and responsive energy grid,” Tudor stated. 

He added, “We look forward to Dom leading us in this journey and being an insightful and influential voice in the national conversation on the networks’ role in enabling this transition.”

Van den Berg will start at ENA on 15 May 2023.

Tudor expressed gratitude to previous ENA CEO Andrew Dillon, who left the position in February, for his five and a half years of service.

“Mr Dillon played a central role in navigating a period of industry change, and the entire sector benefited from his leadership. We wish him the best for his future.” Tudor said.