Electricity provides power to buildings through the use of different types of power plants. Some power plants produce pollution and noise pollution. Wind turbines and hydro power plants generate electricity through wind and water currents, with which the power output relies on the speed of the currents.
Electricity is distributed in a couple of ways. Buildings that are connected to electricity can distribute a small radius of electricity to other nearby buildings, beneficial in larger cities where power lines do not have to be used to connect electricity from one to another. Power lines are used mainly for distributing power over greater distances.
|Building||Type||Cost||Upkeep||Power generation||Pollution||Noise pollution||Unlock|
|Electricity||₡20||₡0.48/week||Distributes electricity through greater distances||0||0||Start*|
|Electricity||₡12,000||₡200/week||0-20 MW||0||75||Boom Town|
|Electricity||₡50,000||₡1920/week||120 MW||35||50||Busy Town|
|Electricity||₡2000/cell||₡3200/week||0-1600 MW||0||50||Small City|
|Electricity||₡80,000||₡1200/week||160 MW (day)|
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|Electricity||₡200,000||₡8000/week||640 MW||0||50||Colossal City|
|Garbage||₡30,000||₡1,440/week||12 MW||100||50||Big Town|