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Green and Blue Hydrogen: Why Filtration Matters to Our Carbon-Free Future

Green and Blue Hydrogen: Why Filtration Matters to Our Carbon-Free Future


Duration: 60 minutes

In its Net Zero Emissions scenario, the International Energy Agency sees global hydrogen demand increasing six-fold by 2050. Since it’s only by-product when used to produce energy is water, hydrogen is considered an important tool to help decarbonize ‘hard-to-abate’ sectors. Countries across the world are deploying national hydrogen strategies and policies to support growth in hydrogen production and usage. As this energy transition gains momentum worldwide, the demand for green and blue hydrogen continues to increase at a rapid pace.


In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of filtration and separation solutions in optimizing green and blue hydrogen production. Our focus will be on how key players in the industry, such as EPC Contractors, OEMs, and end-users, can optimize hydrogen processing and amine-based carbon capture processes. By selecting the right filtration and separation technologies, project developers can reduce costs, protect critical equipment, and improve overall efficiency and reliability.


We will explore real-world case studies and share insights on incorporating absolute-rated particulate filters and high-efficiency liquid/gas coalescers in hydrogen projects. Additionally, we will discuss contamination monitoring techniques to assess filtration effectiveness.


Maria Anez-Lingerfelt, Ph.D.

Global Technical Lead – Hydrogen Technology Development, Pall Corporation


As the Global Technical Lead for the Hydrogen Market at Pall Corporation, Maria provides technical and application support to the Sales, Marketing, and R&D teams for development of solutions to filtration and separation challenges within the entire hydrogen value chain, including green and blue hydrogen production, hydrogen storage and transportation, and end use including hydrogen fuel cells.


With her doctorate in Chemical Engineering and over 15 years of experience in filtration and separation across various industrial markets, Maria is uniquely positioned to provide valuable insights on this important topic.

Fernando Garralon

Global Strategic Sales – Hydrogen, Pall Corporation


With 23 years of experience in Pall, Fernando has been leading the Hydrogen Market in the Global Strategic Sales and Development team at Pall for the past 3 years. In his role, he gathers valuable insights from customers and the global Pall community to ensure Pall can provide effective support with its range of solutions. Additionally, he keeps a keen eye on the evolving market demands happening now and in the long term, specifically in the development of new filtration and purification products for green processes involving various fluids.

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