Bettina Hoffmann, LL.M. (Auckland) | Assistant Head of Unit G25 - Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in Mobility
German Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport

Bettina Hoffmann, LL.M. (Auckland), Assistant Head of Unit G25 - Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in Mobility, German Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport

Dr. Bettina Hoffmann, LL.M. (Auckland) studied law. She obtained a Master of Laws in Environmental Law at the University of Auckland (New Zealand) and did her doctor’s degree on the protected area systems in Germany and New Zealand for the preservation of biological diversity, including the ministerial organization. After initially working as a lawyer, she has been a consultant in the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport since 2014, beginning in the coordination unit for noise and environmental protection. For two years she headed the ministry's secretariat of the 2020 German EU Council Presidency. Since 2021 she has been working in the unit for hydrogen and fuel cells in mobility. In particular, she was responsible for the Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) Hydrogen and soon shifted the focus to the hydrogen refueling infrastructure and the establishment of a Germany-wide, EU-connected basic network of hydrogen filling stations, especially for commercial vehicles, in line with the requirements of European law (AFIR) and beyond.

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Day 2 @ 11:40

European Legal Requirements and the BMDV Support of Hydrogen Infrastructure

last published: 21/May/24 15:05 GMT

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