The pie charts below show units of electricity production by fuel source in Australia and France in 1980 and 2000. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below, and make comparisons where relevant.
The chart illustrates the manufacturing of units of electricity by several five fuels sources in the nation Australia and France over the 20 years.
Overall, it is immediately apparent from the chart that the maximum units of electricity are obtained from the source of Coal in Australia, but in France, the highest unit of power was produced from nuclear power after 20 years.
To begin with, in Australia the energy was produced with the fuel source of oil, precisely half of the total production of hundred units in 1980. Comparatively, the units gradually inclined by 70 units after 20 years from the total of 170. following these, 20 units of power were produced from hydropower energy in the unusual year, and this amount significantly hiked with shares at 36 units from the total 170. Moreover, nuclear gas and nuclear energy sources were used in Australia in 1980. therefore 10 and 20 units of electricity were made and contributed around 30 units from the total of 100. unfortunately, these units drastically plummeted to 2 units of each used for current in 2000.
Furthermore, in France, all the five fuel sources were used to construct the static in 1980. followed by 25 units each built the electricity from coal oil and natural gas and after 20 years oil remained at the same value with 25% but in the case of hydropower first one and a significant amount of electricity produced in France. It is interesting to note that 15 units of currently produced with the source of nuclear power in 1980 for the first time, and that value skyrocketed with shares 126 units mass-produced from 80 units in 2000. Moreover, only 20 units contributed to the production of power supply by the oil in an initial year, and this ratio surged up by five-unit after 20 years.
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