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Yes. However, it has the same logistical problems as the water question.
Granted. However, there is still a huge cost issue, political will issues and logistical issues. Also, would you want your country's electricity coming from a source that could very easily be a terrorist target?
Without trying to sound patronising (although I'm sure it manages it anyway), I think that that is a bit naive. There is never going to be a concord agreement that includes EVERYBODY - every nation, political position etc. There are already local solar power systems (a big one recently in Spain for example). But I think that they will generally remain on an internal basis rather than some idealistic "power for all" scenario. Remember, to have centralised power resources was a communist concept and can still be seen in Warsaw, for example. It just doesn't work.