Resources & Transport

Florian Hacker

Deputy head of Division

Special Expertise

Key focus of research: Sustainable mobility

  • Alternative propulsion technologies and fuels (with a special focus on electric propulsion technologies)
  • Development of strategies for CO2 reduction in the transport sector
  • Scenario development and calculation of transport emissions

Key Projects

  • share: Expert accompanying research for car2go with battery electric vehicles and conventional vehicles
  • ePowered Fleets Hamburg: Electro mobility in car fleets
  • eMobil 2050: Electro mobility for passenger, freight and public transport up to 2050
  • Environmental benefits of electric mobility – Integrated perspectives on vehicle use and power supply industry (OPTUM)
  • Expert advice on the quantification of greenhouse gas emissions of the Chinese transport sector
  • Sustainable mobility within the context of renewable energies until 2030 (RENEWBILITY I & II)

Professional Training and Career

  • Since 2016: Deputy head of Resources & Transport Division
  • Since 2007: Researcher at Oeko-Institut, Resources & Transport Division
  • 1999-2006: Degree in Geoecology at Potsdam University, Germany, graduating with the title “Diplom-Geoökologe”
  • 2002-2005: Complementary studies of environmental management at the Environmental Policy Research Centre, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
  • 2002: Environmental Sciences at Joensuu University, Finland (ERASMUS scholarship)

Language Skills

English, French


Florian Hacker