Electricity from Falling Water Remember the post “Electricity from thin air“? This time around Veritasium from YouTube shows us electricity from falling water. Facebook Prev Article Next Article Free Energy Checkout these cool gadgets... Related Posts Nokia Wants to Harness The Power of Lightning to Charge Phones Creating Fuel from Seawater Roadside Wind Turbine Turns Traffic Into Energy Facebook’s Drone-and-Laser Plan to Give Internet to Everyone We Just Got Closer to Nuclear Fusion Invisible Solar Cells That Could Power Skyscrapers One Response Dan May 22, 2015 The electricity comes from behind the air. Air is another kind of conductor and so is the water which accumulates not generates. Air is a gas but is also matter. Water and air are conductors. Of course theirs more. A lot more!