Miltos Aslanoglou is currently working as an energy and regulatory economics consultant, supporting governments, organisations and private companies on regulatory issues, the development of climate change national strategies and the design of the energy markets.
He is an Alternate Member of the Board of Appeals of ACER (Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulator), and he lectures at postgraduate level on energy regulation.
Miltos Aslanoglou served as the Vice President of the Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) from 2010 to 2015, and headed the Energy Markets Monitoring and Competition Department at RAE from 2002. During his period at RAE, he was actively involved in the market design, restructuring, competition, unbundling of activities and the restructuring of end-user tariffs and trading activities in electricity and gas markets. He had a leading role in the public debate regarding the re-organization and the structural reforms in all aspects of the Greek electricity market towards the adoption of the European Power Target Model.
Before joining the Greek Energy Regulator, he was working for major electricity and natural gas traders in London.
Miltos Aslanoglou is a Mechanical Engineer and holds an M.Sc. in Applied Economics & Finance from Athens University for Business and Economics (AUEB) and an M.Sc. in Environmental Technology, from Imperial College London, UK.