The earliest uses of solar power included focusing the sun’s energy through a magnifying glass to start fires for cooking.
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Albert Einstein had a role to play in bringing the world’s attention to solar energy and its potential. In 1905, Einstein published a paper on the photoelectric effect and how light carries energy.
About 28 percent of the UnitedStates annual energy consumption goes toward transporting peopleand goods. Solar power can give consumers a source of constantpersonal solar energy to charge devices without the need forelectricity.