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Prof. Dr. Theodoros G. Iliopoulos is a professor of European environmental law at Hasselt University, and a postdoctoral fellow of FWO (Flanders Research Foundation) for his project “Quo Vadis Renewable Energy Support Law”, which is being conducted in affiliation with Hasselt University and Ghent University. He has also worked as an adjunct professor of European energy law at the Brussels School of Governance (Free University of Brussels, Vesalius College), His main expertise lies in the promotion of renewable energy sources, energy regulation, and EU energy policy. He has studied law at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (LLB in 2014). He has an LLM in “EU Law” from National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2015) and an LLM in “Law and Economics” from Utrecht University (“cum laude”, 2016). He completed his doctoral research on renewable energy law at Hasselt University, in collaboration with Maastricht University, and under the supervision of prof. dr. Bernard Vanheusden, in October 2021. He has been honoured with several international research grants and awards, such as the GCET Award “Young Researcher” for 2020 or the distinction “Wiley Top Cited Article 2020-2021” for his work “The EU's 2030 Climate and Energy Policy Framework: How net metering slips through its network”.