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Electrical energy is the energy created by moving electrons.
This energy is transferred through streams of electrons called currents.
This form of energy can be "created" through the use of chemical reactions, transformations from the kinetic energy of water and air, and by moving particles creating static friction.
Electricity also has many necessary uses. For example, electricity powers the lights and devices in our homes today!
Another way we can uses electricity is in our electrically powered vehicles.
Electrical energy is also used in our cities to power the necessities such as street lights, stop lights, and even electrical billboards.
A fourth use of electricity is in the field of medicine. When someone suffers from cardiac arrest, electrical shocks from a defibrillator can spur the heart back to life.
As we can see, electrical energy is an effectively created source of energy that can be used to do many of the things we want and need to do.
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