e‧lec‧tri‧fy past tense and past participle electrified, present participle electrifying, third person singular electrifies [transitive]
if a performance or a speech electrifies people, it makes them feel very interested or excited:
She would sit at the piano and sing, electrifying us all.
to change a railway so that it uses electrical power, or to supply a building or area with electricity:
The west coast main line has been electrified.
—electrification noun [uncountable]