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From Torah.org I glean that:

Teshuvos Beis Yitzchak Yorah Daiya 120; Machaze Avraham 41; Melamed Leho'il 47; Harav Y.Y. Henkin (Eidus l'Yisrael, pg. 122) hold that it is permissible to use electricity for Shabbos candles and the proper blessing may be recited.

Teshuvos Levushei Mordechai Orach Chaim 3:59; Maharshag 2:107; Pekudas Elazer 22; Tchebiner Rav (quoted in Shraga ha-Meir 5:11) hold that it is not proper to use electric lights for this Mitzvah.

Har Tzvi 2:114 quoting the Rogatchover Gaon; Mishpatei Uziel Orach Chaim 1:7; Harav M. Feinstein (oral ruling quoted in The Radiance of Shabbos, 2, note 26) hold it is permissible to use electrical lights, but the blessing should not be recited over them.

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Teshuvos Beis Yitzchak Yorah Daiya 120; Machaze Avraham 41; Melamed Leho'il 47; Harav Y.Y. Henkin (Eidus l'Yisrael, pg. 122) hold that it is permissible to use electricity for Shabbos candles and the proper blessing may be recited.

Teshuvos Levushei Mordechai Orach Chaim 3:59; Maharshag 2:107; Pekudas Elazer 22; Tchebiner Rav (quoted in Shraga ha-Meir 5:11) hold that it is not proper to use electric lights for this Mitzvah.

Har Tzvi 2:114 quoting the Rogatchover Gaon; Mishpatei Uziel Orach Chaim 1:7; Harav M. Feinstein (oral ruling quoted in The Radiance of Shabbos, 2, note 26) hold it is permissible to use electrical lights, but the blessing should not be recited over them.

Harav S.Z. Auerbach (quoted in Shemiras Shabbos K'hilchasah 43 note    22) maintains that a blessing could be made over a flashlight but not    over other lights.

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Teshuvos Beis Yitzchak Yorah Daiya 120; Machaze Avraham 41; Melamed Leho'il 47; Harav Y.Y. Henkin (Eidus l'Yisrael, pg. 122) hold that it is permissible to use electricity for Shabbos candles and the proper blessing may be recited.

Teshuvos Levushei Mordechai Orach Chaim 3:59; Maharshag 2:107; Pekudas Elazer 22; Tchebiner Rav (quoted in Shraga ha-Meir 5:11) hold that it is not proper to use electric lights for this Mitzvah.

Har Tzvi 2:114 quoting the Rogatchover Gaon; Mishpatei Uziel Orach Chaim 1:7; Harav M. Feinstein (oral ruling quoted in The Radiance of Shabbos, 2, note 26) hold it is permissible to use electrical lights, but the blessing should not be recited over them.

Harav S.Z. Auerbach (quoted in Shemiras Shabbos K'hilchasah 43 note  22) maintains that a blessing could be made over a flashlight but not  over other lights.

From Torah.org I glean that:

Teshuvos Beis Yitzchak Yorah Daiya 120; Machaze Avraham 41; Melamed Leho'il 47; Harav Y.Y. Henkin (Eidus l'Yisrael, pg. 122) hold that it is permissible to use electricity for Shabbos candles and the proper blessing may be recited.

Teshuvos Levushei Mordechai Orach Chaim 3:59; Maharshag 2:107; Pekudas Elazer 22; Tchebiner Rav (quoted in Shraga ha-Meir 5:11) hold that it is not proper to use electric lights for this Mitzvah.

Har Tzvi 2:114 quoting the Rogatchover Gaon; Mishpatei Uziel Orach Chaim 1:7; Harav M. Feinstein (oral ruling quoted in The Radiance of Shabbos, 2, note 26) hold it is permissible to use electrical lights, but the blessing should not be recited over them.

And I quote:

Harav S.Z. Auerbach (quoted in Shemiras Shabbos K'hilchasah 43 note  22) maintains that a blessing could be made over a flashlight but not  over other lights.

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Teshuvos Beis Yitzchak Yorah Daiya 120; Machaze Avraham 41; Melamed Leho'il 47; Harav Y.Y. Henkin (Eidus l'Yisrael, pg. 122) hold that it is permissible to use electricity for Shabbos candles and the proper blessing may be recited.

Teshuvos Levushei Mordechai Orach Chaim 3:59; Maharshag 2:107; Pekudas Elazer 22; Tchebiner Rav (quoted in Shraga ha-Meir 5:11) hold that it is not proper to use electric lights for this Mitzvah.

Har Tzvi 2:114 quoting the Rogatchover Gaon; Mishpatei Uziel Orach Chaim 1:7; Harav M. Feinstein (oral ruling quoted in The Radiance of Shabbos, 2, note 26) hold it is permissible to use electrical lights, but the blessing should not be recited over them.

Harav S.Z. Auerbach (quoted in Shemiras Shabbos K'hilchasah 43 note 22) maintains that a blessing could be made over a flashlight but not over other lights.