A new technology developed by a South African-based company aims to make solar panels that will help the country become a global hub for solar power, with plans to expand it into several other countries in the coming years.
According to a report by India’s Business Standard newspaper, a company called Bee-o Sphere Technology has developed a new type of solar cell that uses light from the sun’s rays to generate electricity.
It is similar to what is used in the solar power plants of other countries, such as in Japan and the United States, but its efficiency is much higher than that of solar cells made by other companies.
The company is also planning to install 1,000 solar farms in India by 2020, with the aim of generating as much as 40% of India’s electricity.
The company says the technology could provide power to an entire village for as little as a few days at a time, or even less than that.
Bee-o’s technology will be commercially available by 2020.
It has developed the technology in collaboration with South Africa’s Bee-Seed, a solar technology company based in the city of Pretoria.
Bee’s technology uses a light-emitting diode (LED) to generate energy.
This type of LED is used for some of the world’s most advanced technology, such to solar panels and fluorescent lighting.
Bee-Sphere’s technology is more energy efficient than other LED technologies, as it uses an array of LEDs instead of a single one.
Bee Sphere is aiming to start testing the technology on a solar farm near Hyderabad, India, by 2020 with a goal of making it commercially available to the public by the end of the year.
India is already a leader in solar power generation, with its country generating more than 1,300 gigawatt hours of electricity last year, and its government is keen to increase this to more than 2,000 gigawatts.
India has the world to itself in terms of the amount of solar energy it produces and the amount it could generate if it were to expand its capacity, but many people fear the power grid will be crippled in the short term due to the rapid expansion of the country’s population.
India’s solar power capacity stands at 1,250 gigawatts, but the country has been plagued by power outages due to lack of electricity supply.
A report by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in New Delhi said that the country is still in the midst of an energy crisis and could be facing a power crisis in the next decade.
Bee, however, says that the technology can be easily adapted to many applications, and that its development could provide solar power to more people in the country, such a small village in the state of Tamil Nadu, than in other parts of the Indian country.
In a statement, Bee Sphere said that its technology is “well-suited to a range of applications, including for energy storage, energy distribution, renewable energy and energy efficiency.”
Bee Sphether Technology CEO, A.B. Sharma, told India’s Times of India newspaper that the company is working on the development of a prototype solar power plant that could be ready in the first quarter of 2020.
Bee said that it has already received financing from several international companies, and is in talks with several other potential investors.
The development of the technology is a huge step for India, which has long been a leader on solar energy.
India is home to about two million solar panels, while it has more than 40 million solar power systems installed.
India also has a huge renewable energy market, with nearly 25,000 megawatts of solar capacity already installed, and the country could be a leading solar energy exporter by 2030, according to the World Bank.