Electricity in the Universe has been identified from beneath our feet, in animals and plants, our biosphere, and out to the furthest reaches of the Universe. In general, electricity is present wherever we find plasma, and since 99.999% of the visible universe is in the plasma state, magnetic field and electric currents are nearly everywhere.
This page summarises where electricity and electric currents have been considered to be important. Each item is supported by peer reviewed papers from scientists in a number of different disciplines.
Venus’ tail (flux ropes)
Io-Jupiter flux tube
Saturn’s moon Enceladus has electrically charged ice particles making up its plumes.
From The Electric Universe Theory @http://www.electricuniverse.info/Electricity_throughout_the_Universe