Franziska Teichmann is a Project Manager in the field of energy policy. In this role, she prepares energy policy background studies and plans conferences and study trips. Her work focuses on supporting the energy policy dialogue of Germany with Australia and Canada. She also concentrates on the topic of hydrogen and supports the BMU with the execution of the Working Group on Emissions Trading. She has experience in energy consulting and working in the bilateral cooperation in energy, environment and climate change. In addition to sound knowledge of energy and climate policy, she has experience in the gas sector.
Prior to joining adelphi, Franziska Teichmann worked as a policy advisor for the GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) in the Federal Environment Ministry. She supervised projects of the International Climate Initiative and was responsible for the bilateral cooperation with countries in the MENA region and with Eastern European countries. For the consultancy Team Consult, she advised companies in the gas industry and supported international price revisions of long-term gas supply contract. At the arrhenius Institute for Energy and Climate Policy, she worked primarily on energy markets. At Greenmiles GmbH, Franziska engaged with CO2 compensation for private and business customers.
Franziska Teichmann holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Economics from the University of Glasgow. She was President of the Glasgow University Zero Carbon Society and worked to improve the University’s environmental practice. Previously, she completed a Bachelor’s degree in Economics at the University of Applied Sciences Hamburg. Her undergraduate thesis focused on British climate policy and a personal carbon trading scheme. Subsequently, she examined sustainable development in Scotland calculating and evaluating different sustainability indicators for her master’s thesis.