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Researchers expect widespread solar power use to catch on first in developing nations that have little access to utility-provided electricity, eventually cutting prices and lowering the financial barriers for solar infrastructures in richer nations.
— Northwest Solar Center

Charles Fritts, an American inventor, created the first working solar cell in 1884.