Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) technology using a satellite-to-satellite system represents a valuable and convenient technology for transferring power wirelessly among Space Solar Power Satellites (SSPS) to Satellite and potential upcoming interplanetary missions. This direct transmission offers a possible solution to deliver continuous, convenient, and unlimited energy supply to satellites to help replace traditional power storage and reduce the weight and ultimately the costs of launching satellites. Satellite industries traditionally use photovoltaic cells and nuclear generators to satisfy the needed electricity by spacecraft. Current power generation and effective management systems occupy up to 10-25% of the satellite's mass. The concept of laser-based WPT from Energy Satellite (E-Sat) can overcome substantial problems. This consistent idea can be adopted for spacecraft by developing a constellation of E-Sat called Energy Orbit (E-Orbit) to supply sufficient power to spacecraft within range. It will increase the impressive performance and operational lifetime. In addition, creating 1600 E-Sat’s constellations to fulfill the power demand in Low Earth Orbit. The overall efficiency variation depends on the selection of Laser, transmitter, transmission distance, and photovoltaic cells, the same as increasing the maximum transmission efficiency of information in a wireless communication network. Consequently, in general, and adequate guidelines of the satellite-to-satellite power transmission system design in practice. The development and demonstration of this technology can help fulfill Space Solar Power Satellite’s idea to transfer gigawatts of renewable energy to Earth.