“Clean Vision (OTCQB: CLNV) The Global Solution to Plastic Pollution, Fuelling AquaH® Clean Hydrogen Production a $1.4 Trillion Market”

Clean Vision Corporation (OTCQB: CLNV), a rising force in the sustainable green energy and clean technology domains, recently revealed a significant development on December 5. The company proudly announced the acquisition of a trademark for AquaH®, its proprietary clean hydrogen, as granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 

Utilizing cutting-edge technology, the company generates clean hydrogen by employing innovative methods that utilize waste plastic as the primary input. This approach aligns with Clean Vision’s overarching goal of producing carbon-neutral hydrogen from sustainable sources. Emphasizing this breakthrough, the company highlighted in its press release that AquaH® represents a significant stride in the clean energy solutions market. Moreover, it reinforces the company’s steadfast dedication to advancing the circular economy and various sustainable energy technologies. 

Clean Vision actively addresses the worldwide issue of plastic pollution through its subsidiary, Clean Seas Inc., dedicated to establishing plastic waste conversion facilities globally. The production of AquaH®, the company’s clean hydrogen brand, takes place in these owned plastic waste conversion plants collectively known as the Plastic Conversion Network. This latest branded product positions Clean Vision to offer a unique green hydrogen solution suitable for a diverse range of global applications. According to Deloitte’s global green energy projections for 2023, the market’s size is anticipated to potentially reach $1.4 trillion by 2050. 

The firm recognizes the rising significance of the hydrogen economy in the shift towards sustainable energy sources, anticipating it to play a pivotal role in meeting global clean energy objectives. Notably, the company underscores that the current methods of hydrogen production often lead to carbon emissions, mainly due to their reliance on fossil fuels. 

Clean Vision posits that hydrogen products such as AquaH®, derived exclusively from renewable sources, will play a crucial role in realizing a carbon-neutral future. The company additionally expressed its intent to leverage the recently acquired trademark, positioning itself as a significant player in leading the clean hydrogen sector and spearheading an era of sustainability.



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