He momo pūngao. Ka puta te hikotū i te uira, i te waku rānei o ētahi mea e rua (pērā i te waku o te heru i ngā makawe). Ka puta te iahiko i te tauhohenga matū (ko te pūhiko hei tauira), mai i te takahurihuri rānei o te pōkai waea i roto i te whaitua autō o tētahi pukuhiko. Ka kapoa te pūngao hau, te pūngao rere wai, te pūngao korohū rānei hei huri i te pukuhiko, hei whakaputa iahiko.
A form of energy. Static electricity is produced by lightning or by friction between two things, such as the friction of a comb moving through someone’s hair. Current electricity can be produced from chemical reactions (such as in a battery), or from moving a coil of wire in the magnetic field of a generator. Energy from the wind, the flow of water or from steam can be caught and used to turn an electrical generator to produce an electric current.