Miloš Mladenović has graduated in Faculty of Electrical Engineering in 1995 at University of Belgrade.
He joined EPS in 1998, working in the fields of real-time System Operation. After the establishment of the Serbian TSO (EMS), starting from 2005 he has played important role in the emerging process of the electricity sector unbundling and liberalization of the national electricity market, participated as a technical expert, task leader and project manager in several local and international projects related to the implementation of legal, regulatory and technical framework for the establishment and further development of the Serbian electricity market. In this process, as a member of the Core Drafting Team established by the Ministry of Energy, he actively participated in the process of drafting of the National Energy Law in several iteration, in line with the 2nd and 3rd “Energy package” of EU legislation.
In 2008 he becomes the Assistant General Manager for System and Market operation in EMS, taking responsibility over the System and Market Operation tasks performed by the Serbian TSO. In 2010 he was appointed as the Executive Manager for System and Market operation in EMS, performing executive management role for all System and Market operation issues. Starting from 2012 he has worked as a Director for International and Regulatory Affairs, at the same time performing the role of the ENTSO-E Board member and the Convenor of the ENTSO-E Regional group for the Southeast Europe. With comprehensive regional and European experience, as the member of the ENTSO-E Board and ENTSO-E Market Committee, as well as the Chairmen of the SEE RG within ENTSO-E MC, he becomes one of the key players in the process of the SEE Electricity Market integration and EU Target Model implementation in the SEE region.
Since July 2015 he works as a Managing Director of SEEPEX (Southeast European Power Exchange), JSC established by EMS and EPEX SPOT (European Power Exchange based in Paris). Starting from December 2022, he is also appointed as a Member of the Management Board of ADEX Group, the first regional Power Exchange in the SEE/CEE regions, established in the form of corporate merging of the Serbian PX (SEEPEX) and Slovenian PX (BSP).
He is also the member of the Group of Experts on Renewable Energy (GERE) established under the UNECE Sustainable Energy Division.