Sabrine Skiker first started working in hydrogen in 2013. She knew straight away hydrogen would develop itself to become a key player in a zero-emission society and she wanted to be a part of the story. Today she works for Hydrogen Europe, leading the mobility sector of its advocacy department, with a focus on land transport topics.
For Skiker, there is still a lot to be done to reach gender equality. This International Women’s Day, she wants to encourage women to remain strong and work together with men to bridge the gap. H2 View caught up with her to find out more as part of our exclusive Women in Hydrogen series.
Thanks for giving H2 View your time Sabrine. You’re currently EU Policy Manager – Land Transport at Hydrogen Europe, why don’t you tell us a little about that?
I joined Hydrogen Europe in 2017 and I lead the mobility section of our advocacy department, with a focus on land transport topics. This includes the coordination of our mobility and trucks dedicated working groups as well as other several sub-groups. Our members are key players of the sector like original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), hydrogen suppliers, fuel cell suppliers, hydrogen refuelling stations providers, among others. My objective is to achieve the best EU policies possible for the hydrogen mobility sector, via targeted advocacy, reaching compromised positions, building coalitions and partnerships and public speaking.
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