At first, it may seem strange, but when you get used to it, the structure looks like a tree, a technological tree but nonetheless a tree. People from the Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute (CMERI) in India have resorted to this type of design because it can yield better results with less use of space. The pictures do some of the explaining, but to make sure we will describe the solar tree. The branches hold up photovoltaic panels, each one producing five kilowatts of energy. Compared to an ordinary, ground-mounted array of solar panels, it uses only 4 square feet of land and can give 10-15% more power. Once filled, the battery can produce 2 hours of light after the source of energy is gone. You can watch the video to see for yourself this impressive solar power tree.