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The origin of solar photovoltaic development

As early as 1839, the French scientist Becqurel discovered that light can create a potential difference between different parts of a semiconductor material. This phenomenon was later called the \"photovoltaic effect\", referred to as the \"photovoltaic effect.\" In 1954, American scientists Chabine and Pilson first made practical monocrystalline silicon solar cells at Bell Labs in the United States, and created a practical photovoltaic power generation technology that converts solar energy into electrical energy.