Any news would be appreciated.
Hi everyone - no news here! Just wanted to post to let everyone know I have not heard nor seen anything since my last post. At some point ill probably give Dan a ring and see how he is doing at which point ill post back in. Hope everyone is doing ok
Bates drove WSTI in to its grave, he isnt going to resurrect it while taking scalps with CLNV, CLNV is his new scam, rinse and repeat
Been a while since I posted. No new news, was just talking to Rob (RSH) a few days ago and it made me think of this board where we all spent a ton of time over many years. I did check out the developments on CLNV board and it seems as thought with financing and deals happening maybe things are moving along. Hard to tell until it is represented in real revenue on financial statements though.
If that company moves forward and gets some market cap and real revenue it might be possible for Dan to do something with WSTI but as mentioned before I feel the chances are very slim. I know in the past he had mentioned he wanted to try to revive things but not sure if he can pull it off until he is further along and has more access to capital and deal making.
I think if we see real revenue develop at CLNV and some real movement in market cap that would be the sign to look for.
Hope everyone is doing well! Ill post in from time to time.
I just seen this news about Dan Bates ,and how is this happen ,and nothing for WSTI yet . ?
Clean Vision Announces CEO’s Upcoming TV Interview Schedule on Fox Business, Bloomberg TV, and Newsmax TV.
LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 16, 2023 / Clean Vision Corporation (OTCQB:CLNV) ("Clean Vision" or the "Company"), an emerging leader in the sustainable clean technology and green energy sectors, is excited to announce the upcoming airing of a TV interview on FMW Media's "New To The Street" business TV show featuring CLNV's CEO, Dan Bates.
Saturday, March 25 on Newsmax at 3:30 p.m. ET
• Monday, March 27 on Fox Business at 10:30 p.m. PT
• Thursday, April 13 on Bloomberg TV at 9:30 p.m. PT
In the interview, Jane King, the host of New To The Street, sits down with Mr. Bates to cover the evolution of the Company's business and the birth of its focus on the multi-billion-dollar clean energy industry. Clean Vision has established itself as one of the clean energy industry's most interesting and unique companies with its focus on scaling up a business that turns sea-borne waste plastic into a powerful resource, simultaneously cleaning our oceans and providing a new large-scale clean energy resource.
In the interview, Bates explains the Company's overall model, including the operations of its two primary subsidiaries, Clean-Seas, which uses chemical recycling of plastic waste to produce clean fuels, and Ecocell, a licensed technology focused on producing a hydrogen-based fuel cell.
Bates came from a technology background, starting a wind and solar tech company in 2008 that eventually spread to over 40 countries. That led him further down the sustainability path. In 2018, he started focusing on the global plastic waste crisis, which was the source of Clean-Seas.
He notes that all the plastic made since the 1960's is still with us, and the problem is building with no end in sight. Clean-Seas uses pyrolysis, which converts plastics back into their original hydrocarbon form.
Bates then goes on to discuss the Company's Plastic Conversion Network ("PCN"). He notes that the Company plans to have a global network of PCN facilities operating at large scale, with the ability to convert into hydrogen-based clean fuel within the next 18 months.
Clean-Seas is currently scaling up. Including LOI's and deals in negotiation, as well as currently owned and operating facilities, the Company is heading toward processing 2,600 tons of plastic per day, which is 26 times larger than its closer competitor in the same space.
" " Bates also discusses the vision for Ecocell, noting that it has licensed technology that can be used to produce electricity into the grid from 99.9% pure hydrogen, which can out-compete solar and wind because it works 24/7, and the Company is ready to capitalize on this thesis as hydrogen fuel infrastructure expands. " "
Dan Bates could roll our shares into any public entity and would if he had a shred of credibility and moral compass- sadly i doubt he does or will
I'm looking how Dan is getting Clean Vision Corporation to Expand over the last 2 years plus there company market cap at 28.477 Million and keeps growing up ,and we need to find a way to get him to get at least something from WSTI going with Clean Vision and from delisted .
Today 2.28.2023 Clean Vision news.
Clean Vision Corporation Announces $4M Financing To Fund Global Expansion
LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / February 28, 2023 / Clean Vision Corporation (OTCQB:CLNV) ("Clean Vision" or the "Company"), an emerging leader in the sustainable clean technology and green energy sectors, today announced that it has closed a $4 million dollar financing on February 23, 2023, which the Company believes will allow the Company to rapidly execute on its business model of supporting a portfolio of sustainable ventures targeting key environmental challenges.
The funding came from a multi-billion-dollar multi-strategy platform hedge fund with approximately $5 billion in assets under management that seeks to build talent density across all areas of its business, providing its team with world class resources for optimal results.
Under the terms of the financing, Clean Vision will receive funds in two tranches: $2.5 million upon execution of all documents, and the remaining $1.5 million upon the filing of a registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange commission (the "SEC") within thirty (30) days of the closing of the financing.
"This capital will allow Clean Vision to rapidly expand its global operations and provide its wholly-owned subsidiary, Clean-Seas, Inc., with the necessary resources to close its acquisition of Ecosynergie Group in Morocco and begin recognizing revenue from the current operations," stated Dan Bates, CEO of Clean Vision. "EcoCell, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clean Vision, will also benefit from this investment, and the Company looks forward to completing its development of the hybrid hydrogen fuel cell technology."
scammers gonna keep scamming- don't believe a word of it
Hello WSTI holders after reading this CLNV news below, I hope one day Dan Bates steps up and get WSTI relisted ,and to work along with this company.
Clean Vision’s Clean-Seas Enters Into Joint Venture Agreement for Fourth U.S. Project; Partners with NuWay Go Recycle Center for $20M Michigan Facility
LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / January 17, 2023 / Clean Vision Corporation (OTCQB:CLNV), today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Clean-Seas, Inc. ("C-S"), has entered into a joint venture agreement with Western Michigan-based NuWay Go Recycle Center LLC ("NWG") to establish Clean-Seas Newaygo ("CSN").
The announcement follows Michigan's December 23rd recognition of pyrolysis as an approved manufacturing process, creating a clear permitting pathway for the project.
Headquartered in Newaygo County, NWG is a new venture of American Classic, a fixture in Western Michigan construction, building supply, and commercial and residential waste management since 2001. American Classic's 2022 acquisition of Cart Right recycling deepened their united commitment to responsible, innovative waste handling throughout Michigan, and ensures a consistent supply of plastic feedstock to the CSN facility.
In separate votes last month, the Newaygo City Council and the Newaygo City Planning Commission both approved plans to develop the facility, which will divert post-industrial and post-consumer waste plastic from landfill and incineration, and convert it through pyrolysis into precursors for new plastics, ultra-low sulfur fuels and oils, and Clean-Seas' branded hydrogen, AquaH™.
Under the terms of the joint venture agreement, CSN will co-locate at American Classic's recently acquired 313 W. State Road facility in the City of Newaygo. American Classic has committed to supplying the necessary feedstock for CSN operations. The parties will work collectively to secure additional permits and approvals. Clean-Seas will use its relationships and expertise to secure capital and technology to establish the facility, which is expected to begin operations in late 2023 or early 2024.
Clean Vision Corporation
Dan Bates, CEO
Frank Benedetto 619-915-9422
SOURCE: Clean Vision Corporation
Hi there, got a call from Rob that this post was up here as I have not checked in in a while. I have not heard anything about WSTI in a while. I did talk to Dan a few months back just to check in with him and run something by him regarding an old project I tried to hook him up with. I do think if he can get CLNV going and successful he will circle back to WSTI but as I have said before the chances might be very slim and dilution even if some buyout happens would be high. I really do not feel there is much of a chance at this point for us existing WSTI people as the stock has been delisted and it would take some serious money to get it going again. Wishing everyone good holidays and good health. Ill try to poke back in more often.
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Blizzld and Rsh I see something is up with WSTI ,and CLNV
This WSTI/ Impact PPA video came out Aug 10 .2022 ,so I think something is happened in the back office with all 3 companies CLNV , WSTI , and Impact PPA
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Impact PPAs explained, including the differences between an impact PPA and a regular PPA.
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0:51 What is a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)?
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Hello Blizzld ,and Rsh I hope all is well with both of your health ,and I think we might have another chance with WSTI after seeing all the good news with the CLNV stock
Clean Vision Corporation (CLNV)
0.0437 + 0.0067 (+18.11%)
I have been watching CLNV on Yahoo ,and looking at there message board.
23 November, 2022
Dan Bates is building Clean Vision into a huge green energy company that is building global network to convert millions of tons of unwanted plastic waste into millions of gallons of clean hydrogen fuel. Predict this 2.5 cent stock will be over $1 in less than 12 months.
I hope Dan don't forget WSTI after seeing this ,and Cambridge Massachusetts is where I live ,so I'll go take a look at that facility .
Clean Vision’s Clean-Seas Inks Agreement to Establish Second Planned U.S. Plastics Conversion Facility; Clean-Seas Partners with Plastics Recycler for $20M Massachusetts Co-Location and Feedstock
Clean Vision Corporation
Mon, November 21, 2022 at 2:00 PM
LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 21, 2022 / Clean Vision Corporation (OTCQB:CLNV), today announced its wholly owned subsidiary Clean-Seas, Inc. has signed Letters of Intent with MacVallee LLC. to establish a co-located Clean-Seas facility in Central Massachusetts which will divert post-industrial and ocean-bound plastic from landfill and incineration, and convert it into precursors for new plastics, ultra-low sulfur fuels, pyrolysis oils, and Clean-Seas' branded hydrogen, AquaH™.
MacVallee purchased the site earlier this year, and will establish its own complementary recycling facility at the location with revenue operations planned to begin in Q1 2023.
MacVallee will source plastic feedstock for both facilities under agreement with Argyle, NY-based Evolve Resource Management ("ERM").
"Our combined efforts will ensure that every scrap of plastic finds a beneficial use, on one site," said Daniel McLaughlin, president of MacVallee. "We are excited to partner with Clean-Seas."
MacVallee will draw on existing relationships across the USA to ensure a consistent supply of plastic feedstock to its facility and to Clean-Seas' co-located plant. In Phase One, Clean-Seas projects processing 50 tons per day (TPD) with the expectation to expand the facility in subsequent phases, eventually diverting up to 500 TPD of waste plastic from landfill and incineration.
Clean Vision Corporation
Dan Bates, CEO firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank Benedetto 619-915-9422
SOURCE: Clean Vision Corporation
Interesting. Just doing some research on Dan Bates and CLNV.
Apparently, windstream is making money. Check out the CLNV board
You still own the shares. I am not sure if the company has been dissolved, but I am guessing not as Windstream India (owned by WSTI) is still up and running.
Shares are just worthless as they are no longer on any market.
It was 2 weeks ago.
Moment of pride as Mumbai airport starts India’s first hybrid power project installed by us , Windstream Energy Technologies India Pvt Ltd
Windstream Energy Technologies India Pvt.Ltd
#renewableenergy #windsolar #hybridpower #greenairport
Couldn't get to it, LinkedIn wants me to sign in/up and couldn't access the article.
Maybe copy and paste it?
You guys see this. 1 week ago. Dan commented on wsti India putting up one of the products in India.
Dan specifically mentioned WSTI during a shareholder conference call several moths ago, so I am hoping that Endless Energy "acquires" WSTI. Be really nice to have the stock come alive again, even if it means a reverse split.
EndlessEnergy was incorporated in Nevada on December 10, 2021, as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company. EndlessEnergy does not currently have any operations, but it was incorporated for the purpose of investing in wind and solar energy projects
Above was taken from Clean Seas Corp. Where Dan Bates is the CEO.
Good to see you posting again. Also very nice Dan/CLNV making some progress.
Still got my WSTI shares (I agree with you a WSTI deal has a very small/remote chance).
I have some CLNV shares as well. Really like what they are doing and feels good to invest in CLNV
(Wind power, Solar Energy, Waste to energy and Clean fuels).
Good luck with your work/tax season.
Was surprised to see some messages here as the board had been dead for a while so I stopped checking it. I have not talked to Dan in a while but it seems like he is making progress on CLNV. I think he did message to get on that conference call back last fall but I could not make it at that time.
Keep in mind a WSTI deal is probably a remote chance at this point but the success of CLNV and the rising oil prices and focus on climate change (as others have pointed out) give him some tailwinds. Also it is possible perhaps to roll up a bunch of companies into a bigger entity for more capital at this point and I know one Dan is familiar with. I am very busy this time of year (Tax season) but promise to give him a call right after tax time ends in April if not sooner if I get a chance.
Since my last posts I have some new connections as well so hope to continue to feed ideas to Dan as he keeps rolling.
I know everyone (including myself) was disappointed with what happened with WSTI but I knew he would keep trying and it seems like that effort has paid off some.
Keep posting the news you see and ill check in more often now that I know the board is active again.
Ya things are getting interesting for sure. I imaging he will want/have to bring wsti into play in this space. So the two things we need to know is if he plans to do that and if yes what type or share consolidation will it be. Will wsti shares be converted to CLVN shares and at what rate$ 1000/1 etc. no idea but I would love to have our shares be worth something.
Lets hope so. I am thinking "Endless Energy" has something to do with WSTI so I am hopeful but not counting the chickens before they hatch.
I have far more WSTI Shares floating in the nether region than CLNV and it would be nice to see them come back.
After just reading this message I hope Dan knows what to do with the money ,and WSTI.
Clean Vision's Clean-Seas Signs Binding Term Sheet to Expand its Waste Plastic-to-Energy PCN Operations into Sri Lanka; Company Anticipates the Plant to be Operational by Year-end 2023 Generating $195 Million in Annual Gross Revenue
Yep CLNV stock is making some moves lately and more agreements/contracts will follow I believe.
(Gave you you’re first follow )
Yes he is and with high fuel prices (and climate change) right now it’s getting more and more interesting for clean energy.
I also like that CLNV is focused on developing profitable plastic recycling technologies and clean fuels for transportation and so on.
Pretty excited and I personally think/hope WSTI tech/products will be a part of Endless energy.
If Dan can unite the ‘old’ WSTI shareholders in this new company CLNV or Endless energy it would be awesome (and again small chance of course but if he does… well I think the shareholders of WSTI deserve it somehow. And maybe we can all see a little bit back of our investment in WSTI).
We can only hope
(I just gave you you’re 10th follow)
I also seen that CLNV stock has been moving up for the last 3 days
LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 9, 2022 / Clean Vision Corporation (OTCQB:CLNV), a holding company that acquires and operates sustainable clean tech and green energy businesses, today announced its wholly owned subsidiary Clean-Seas India has finalized a definitive agreement with India's Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and its Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) for the joint collaboration on improvements in waste plastic-to-energy pyrolysis, hydrogen reformation and fuel cell technologies. The work shall be carried out at Clean-Seas India's new R&D facility in Hyderabad, India.
Looks like Dan is making some progress. Like you said hope to see wsti a part of the process.
Don’t know exactly but I like the look of the website cleanvisioncorp.com and will be checking this new website endlessenergy.tech (coming soon) every now and then to see if WSTI products will be a part of it.
Could be positive (?) for us WSTI shareholders if Dan can somehow integrate WSTI technology/products into CLNV or Endless energy. ‘Small chance maybe but who knows’.
What do you make of that?
Steps in the right direction but hard to have any hope without any acknowledgment or input from the executive team. Perhaps Blizz has connected with Dan on this topic.