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Clean-Seas | Waste Plastic to Clean Hydrogen Conversion Facility

USA
Feasibility study

Overview

Status
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Feasibility study
Region
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North America
Geography
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USA
State
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Arizona
Equity Owner
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Clean Vision Corporation
Proponent
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Clean-Seas Arizona, Arizona State University
Output
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Green hydrogen
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Capacity
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Financing
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Technology
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Technical Advisors
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Advisors
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Project Contact
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Dan Bates, CEO, Clean Vision Corporation, d.bates@cleanvisioncorp.com
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Project Cost
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Offtaker
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Commercial Operations Date
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Decommission Date
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FID
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Description

In June 2023, Clean Vision Corporation announced its wholly owned subsidiary Clean-Seas signed a a joint venture agreement with Arizona State University’s Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Service for the design, development and operation of a plastic waste to clean hydrogen innovation and conversion facility in the Phoenix, Arizona area.

Clean-Seas Arizona is to source waste plastic feedstock from the Phoenix metro area, and adjacent municipalities, and work towards making it an anchor for a network of clean hydrogen hubs.

The project is intended to co-generate new recycled-content plastic and Clean-Seas’ branded clean Hydrogen, AquaHâ„¢.

Clean-Seas Arizona intends to invest at least $50 million in the project, which it anticipates will divert more than 850,000 tons of plastic waste over its 25-year life span.

 

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