The solar revolution is here.
A new generation of technologies are now poised to bring cheap and reliable solar power to many of the world’s poorest people.
But how to harness the vast energy generated by these technologies in places like Africa, Asia and Latin America?
This article describes the most ambitious solar project in the history of mankind: the expansion of the Palantir-led Digital Agenda.
The Global Palantis Digital Agenda is the most significant solar project to date, said Palantirs chief executive Peter Thiel.
It will be a transformative technology that will change the way we do business and create millions of jobs, the firm’s CEO told Al Jazeera.
The Digital Agenda consists of five main components: solar panels, photovoltaic cells and power storage.
The technology will revolutionise the way power companies supply electricity in the developing world and transform the energy economy in the west.
The project’s ambitious vision is to turn Palantiris solar panels into photovolcanics, which can capture sunlight and convert it into energy.
This process can create a huge amount of clean energy.
In India alone, the Palants aim is to convert 25 per cent of its energy into solar energy by 2020.
Palantirs plans to develop a solar cell manufacturing plant in India to produce photovolar cells for solar cells and other solar cell products.
The plants will create jobs in the manufacture of the cells, said CEO Peter Thiel in a recent interview with Al Jazeera, as well as manufacturing other components for the solar panels.
The first of these plants is scheduled to be built in India in 2022.
In 2019, the first plant in the United States, in California, is expected to begin production in 2021.
Palantises other plants will be built across the globe.
It will be the first time that the Palantis has built solar plants in India, where it is already one of the largest solar developers.
The company expects to employ over 1,000 people in India by 2022.
The Palantaris Global Vision project is expected cost around $1 billion, a price tag that includes the cost of the solar cell production plants, the equipment and the plant itself.
The first plant, expected to be finished in 2022, will be capable of generating around 2 gigawatts of solar power.
The company’s CEO Peter “Peter” Thiel, who is chairman of the board of Palantiri, said: “The Palantis Global Vision is the largest ever solar project.”
It will allow the company to take on the challenges of a world powered by solar energy, including managing its investments in solar energy and managing its distribution network, and will also enable the company’s solar panels to be sold to other solar manufacturers.
The Solar Alliance, a group of investors led by the private equity giant Andreessen Horowitz, has been working on a plan to build Palantires solar plants.
The alliance, which is currently developing solar power plants in China, is aiming to have a solar plant in Indonesia by 2021.
The group also has a joint venture in Germany that will build solar plants with Palantrias.
The alliance, along with other private investors, have been working for the last year to complete the construction of the first Palantres Solar PV Plant in Indonesia.
The project will be part of the Solar Alliance’s project for a global solar power network, which aims to create over 400 gigawatts (GW) of solar capacity by 2023.
The solar power plant is expected be ready by 2020, according to the Solar Forum, a global group of solar companies, and the project will cost $1.5 billion.
Palanteys Global Vision will be one of those projects, said the alliance’s founder and chief executive, Chris Karp.
The global partnership between Palanti and Andreessen has been a long-term project, Karp told Aljazeera.
“We are now on the cusp of building this project that is going to change the global solar energy landscape.
We have a very ambitious goal of 10 GW of solar generation capacity in 2023,” Karp said.
Palanti Technologies Inc. is a subsidiary of Palanteir, a venture-capital firm based in Silicon Valley, California.
The firm is known for its investments including Facebook, Spotify and PayPal.
In 2014, Palantira acquired Palantii, a startup that is based in Italy that develops and sells solar energy panels.
The investment was made under Palantier’s leadership.