Welcome to my personal website. This homepage includes a Bio and a CV. 

You can also jump to the energy sector page, the public affairs page, the blog on research with impact, or the page with a few references to recordings and press contributions.


Leonardo Meeus is a professor at the European University Institute. He is the Director of the Florence School of Regulation and the Loyola de Palacio Chair in the Robert Schuman Centre. 

Leonardo is also a part-time professor at the KU Leuven in the engineering department. He also teaches public affairs at Vlerick Business School where he used to be a partner. 

Leonardo is an editor for the IEEE Transactions on Energy Markets, Policy and Regulation. He published the open access book “The Evolution of Electricity Markets in Europe”, and blogs about research with impact. www.leonardomeeus.com

Academic experience

European University Institute, Florence (RSCAS: Robert Schuman Centre; FSR: Florence School of Regulation)

KU Leuven, Leuven (ESAT: Electrical engineering department; ELECTA: Division Electrical Energy & Computer Architectures)

Vlerick Business School, Brussels, Gent, Leuven

Advisory roles

Public authorities 

Companies and industry associations

Advisory board of European research projects

European research consortia

H2020 (2020-2023) 

develop solutions to ensure effective implementation of an interoperable flexibility ecosystem across Europe

H2020 (2020-2023)

replicable and scalable architecture that enables the European electrical system to operate as a single system

H2020 (2019-2023)

enabling TSOs and DSOs to optimize the use of distributed resources and demand flexibility

H2020 (2015-2020)

added value storage can bring for a flexible, secure, and sustainable energy system

H2020 (2016-2020)

accelerating HVDC grid development with multi-vendor interoperable technologies

FP7 (2010-2013)

a think tank hosting an interdisciplinary network to provide knowledge support to EU energy policy making

Entrepreneurship experience

IMERA, Dublin


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