# The Charts Show the Percentage of Power Generated from 6 Different Types in Gareline

The charts show the percentage of power generated from 6 different types in Gareline.

## Sample 1 The Charts Show the Percentage of Power Generated from 6 Different Types in Gareline

The rendered circular representation elucidates the information regarding the percentage of power generation in six different types of airlines. The data has been calibrated in percentages.

Looking into the overall perspective, it is axiomatic that the majority of power is generated from hydro. At the same time, the least noticed in others.

On analysing the pie charts, it is abundantly seen that in the initial year, 45% of the power was generated from hydro which was increased to 76% in 1980 and 34% was recorded in 1990. Moreover, almost two folds of the ratio were shown in 1970, but it declined in 1980 was 8% and 39% noticed in 1990, which was the highest percentage of power generation in the latter year.

Moving to the rest of the data, power generated from wind was approximately the same in the given three decided, which are 5 to 7% only. In addition to this, 1 to 2% of power was generated from gas and other. Most interestingly, 6% of the power generated from nuclear which was recorded doubled in 1990, respectively.

## Sample 2 The Charts Show the Percentage of Power Generated from 6 Different Types in Gareline

These pie charts illustrate how much power is generated by six different types of gatelines in three different years (1970, 1980 and 1990).

Overall, it can be noticed that all areas of power generation get risen over the years, but there is some fluctuation between the years for hydro and geothermal power generation.

First of all, in 1970, most of the power was generated by Hydro and Geothermal, which is at 45% and 22%, but in 1980, power produced by geothermal got reduced by up to 8%, and hydro got sharply increased by 31% which is equal to 76 per cent. Moreover, in 1990, hydro and geothermal production produced approximately more than 34 per cent, which is 34% and 39%, respectively.

Rest other sources of power generation like wind, gas, nuclear, and others got rapidly rose over time. Winds and nuclear was become common sources of power production method by the time, which rose 5% and 6% except for gas and other sources. In 1990 nuclear power generation rose by thrice the time value of 1980, which was approximately 16%. Wind production remains constant. Additionally, gas and other rose by 2.5% and 2%.

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