The first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household The Second chart shows the greenhouse gas emissions which result from this energy use. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The first Pie chart describes the average of the ways energy is used and the second chart illustrates the emission of greenhouse gases for the usage of energy by household people of Australia. Australians use energies in various categories like water heating, refrigeration, lighting, cooling, heating and other appliances.
In the first chart, the Australians used energy for the household category, the highest percentage of energy used for the heating purpose is 42%, and for heating water, they consume 30% of energy. Lighting energy is double the cooling energy percentage, whereas refrigeration uses 7% of energy. For other appliances, they use half the percentage of water heating energy.
In the second chart, the energy usage is from greenhouse gas emissions. The highest percentage is in heating water with 32%, and a slightly lower percentage for other appliances. Energy used for heating and refrigeration has almost the same percentage, slightly 1% higher than each other. The lighting percentage is nearly thrible and slightly less than the cooling percentage.
In comparing both the charts, heating energy usage is more in the first chart than the other one. Water heating is slightly increased in the greenhouse gas emissions chart. Lighting and other appliances are double the percentages in the greenhouse emissions category.
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