The $125 billion hydrogen marketplace has needed an innovative set of solutions to come along. Waste-plastics are piling into the oceans and are out of circulation as anything useful. Better solutions for waste in developed markets also need to bring jobs. The approach must be sustainable and investors are looking to maximize returns on companies that deliver. Shareholders want something unlike many already on the market.
In the case of Clean-Seas Inc, the company has introduced the Hyderabad pilot plant. The location itself is the site of a 2.5 ton/day pyrolysis plant changing the face of waste plastic repurposing. The renewable market sector is one to consider closely for any watch list. Swelling revenue growth opportunities are on hand with this tech.
Establishing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) is only the beginning.
Clean Vision Corporation subsidiary Clean–Seas Inc and its technology partners are developing methods that will enhance how mixed plastic waste is converted. These methods will bring efficient production of hydrogen to a broader scale. In addition, the state-of-the-art fuel cell technology works tremendously also to improve project economics.
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