Franziska Teichmann is a Senior Manager in the areas of energy, energy policy, hydrogen, foreign policy, diplomacy and emissions trading. For years now, she has provided support for the German government's bilateral energy policy relations with Australia, Canada, the USA and New Zealand, as the global energy transition and the achievement of climate targets require internationally coordinated action. Franziska deals specifically with the area of hydrogen, as she is convinced that it will be a component of our future energy system.
“The decarbonisation of our society must happen worldwide, which is why I provide support for the federal government’s efforts on the bilateral level. When it comes to hydrogen from renewable energies, we depend on cooperation in order to bring production and demand together and to establish international hydrogen trading.”