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Clean Vision Corp (OTCMKTS: CLNV) Running Northbound as Subsidiary Clean-Seas Pyrolysis Plastic Waste-to-Energy Gains Traction

Clean Vision Corp (OTCMKTS: CLNV) is making a strong move northbound in recent trading on a significant surge of volume transforming into a volume leader in small caps. Currently under heavy accumulation CLNV is starting to get noticed by some big plays in small caps looking for a run like CLNV had back in 2020 when it ran to $0.45 per share. Recently CLNV achieved OTCQB fully reporting status which will bring broader visibility for the Company exposing it to new customers, investors, and strategic partners. 

It’s easy to get excited about CLNV making a move on the $125 billion hydrogen economy with its wholly owned subsidiary Clean-Seas who has built a solid foundation for its patent-pending Plastic Conversion Network (PCN). Clean-Seas’ pyrolysis plant for CSIR/IICT in Hyderabad will soon be operational, where it will demonstrate the Company’s scalable technology for converting waste plastic into valuable commodities such as low sulfur fuels and AquaH. CLNV management is also targeting one or more corporate acquisitions or strategic alliances in the clean tech sector that will increase and diversify its synergistic assets, markets, and revenue streams. 

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Clean Vision Corp (OTCMKTS: CLNV) operating out of Los Angeles, California acquires and operates a portfolio of synergistic companies in the sustainable clean technology and green energy sectors. Clean Vision portfolio companies are supported by consultancy services, connecting organizations to new verticals, accelerating time to market and profitability. Management worked hard behind the scenes in 2021 bring CLNV to fully reporting OTCQB.

The Company is led by CEO Daniel Bates, a serial entrepreneur with extensive start-up experience. 10+ years in the renewable energy sector. Also, on the boards of directors sits Michael K. Dorsey, Ph.D., M.A., M.F.S, a recognized expert on global energy, environment, finance and sustainability matters who served high level positions under three ex-presidents. 

Clean Vision’s subsidiary Clean-Seas, Inc. provides efficient and cost-effective technology solutions that address the global waste plastic crisis as well as creating economic opportunity and social benefit in emerging and developed economies across the world. Clean-Seas offers “best in class” pyrolysis technology deployment for plastic waste-to-energy recycling, including securing feedstock and off-take agreements.  

Clean Seas utilizes pyrolysis plants connected by a blockchain network to convert plastic waste into energy. Pyrolysis is defined as the thermal decomposition of lignocellulosic derivatives under inert condition in oxygen‐deficient environment. Pyrolysis has been getting further consideration as an effective technique for transforming biomass into bio‐oil throughout the modern eras. The eventual objective of pyrolysis is to yield high‐value energy products for contending with and gradually supplanting non‐renewable fossil fuels. The plastic to fuel market size to reach $8804.20 million by 2028. The pyrolysis segment led the global market with 65.7% market share in 20 

Clean-Seas has built a solid foundation for its patent-pending Plastic Conversion Network (PCN) with the signing of multiple preliminary agreements with government officials and private sector leaders in Latin America, Middle East and Africa. Those agreements include UAE, Cameroon, Somaliland, DRC, Ecuador, Malaysia, Georgia (Caucasus) as well as solid traction in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The Company has also filed for trademark protection for its unique brand of clean hydrogen, AquaH™ — hydrogen derived from a plastic waste stream. 

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Clean-Seas has partnered with India’s prestigious Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) in order to further develop and commercialize its waste plastic-to-energy technologies and services. To accelerate this line of business, Clean-Seas has purchased and is delivering a pilot pyrolysis plant to Hyderabad for commissioning next month. 

Building upon its successes last year, 2022 will see Clean-Seas’ pyrolysis plant operational for CSIR/IICT in Hyderabad, where it will demonstrate the Company’s scalable technology for converting waste plastic into valuable commodities such as low sulfur fuels and AquaH. The Company last week announced it has secured an option to develop and exclusively license a proprietary hydrogen fuel cell technology from Kingsberry Power that will enable it to provide a complete end-to-end solution: energy from a waste stream converted and providing clean electricity to an end user. The pyrolysis and fuel cell technologies combined gives Clean-Seas a disruptive advantage as it enters the $125 billion hydrogen economy. 

While pyrolysis is a well-established technology worldwide, Clean-Seas expects to use its Hyderabad facility to demonstrate its suite of new technologies to officials from Asia, the Middle East and other nations entering the hydrogen economy. The facility will enable its nascent PCN to advance in India while it further penetrates new global markets. The Company is actively discussing new PCN opportunities stretching from the UAE — to the US where it intends to tap into billions of dollars in the new Administration’s funding for clean-tech infrastructure. 

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CLNV is making a strong move northbound in recent trading on a significant surge of volume transforming into a volume leader in small caps. Currently under heavy accumulation CLNV is starting to get noticed by some big plays in small caps looking for a run like CLNV had back in 2020 when it ran to $0.45 per share. Recently CLNV achieved OTCQB fully reporting status which will bring broader visibility for the Company exposing it to new customers, investors, and strategic partners.  It’s easy to get excited about CLNV making a move on the $125 billion hydrogen economy with its wholly owned subsidiary Clean-Seas who has built a solid foundation for its patent-pending Plastic Conversion Network (PCN). Clean-Seas’ pyrolysis plant for CSIR/IICT in Hyderabad will soon be operational, where it will demonstrate the Company’s scalable technology for converting waste plastic into valuable commodities such as low sulfur fuels and AquaH. CLNV management is also targeting one or more corporate acquisitions or strategic alliances in the clean tech sector that will increase and diversify its synergistic assets, markets, and revenue streams. We will be updating on CLNV when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with CLNV.

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