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With energy swiftly rising to the top of the world's agenda, Harry B. Gray at the California Institute of Technology looks at how chemistry can help to harness the power of the Sun to meet the world's energy needs.

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I would like to thank my colleagues Jay R. Winkler, Bruce S. Brunschwig and Douglas L. Smith for their contributions to this article.

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  1. Harry B. Gray is in the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California 91125, USA.  hbgray@caltech.edu

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