Who Invented the Steam Engine and Had a Unit of Electric Power Named after Him?
The inventor of the steam engine and the person who had a unit of electric power named after him was James Watt. The engine was patented in 1769 under Watt's name as well as Roebuck. Watt was born in 1736 and died in 1819.
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