The First Chart Below Shows how Energy Is Used in An Average Australian Household

The first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household. The second chart shows the percentage of greenhouse gas emissions that result from this energy use. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


The first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household

The second chart shows the percentage of greenhouse gas emissions that result from this energy use

The pie chart describes the use of energy produced in Australia. In that, there are two pie charts first chart shown that use of household energy and the second chart shows that production of gas in the greenhouse. There are various types of energy used in Australia. The units are calculated in percentage.

Overall, the uses of energies are paramount important in daily life. In cooking and stand by energy usage is less percentage in compared to all energies—the maximum source of energy used in water heating and heating cooling in Australia.

Firstly, the water heating usage in household energy is 23%, cooking and stand by both are in the same percentage that is 5%, the lighting and refrigeration source of energy is used in 11%. Next is using of heating cooling in Australia is 20% and then 24% is other appliances are used in household energy.

Secondly, the use of greenhouse gas production in cooking and stand by produced in less percentage it is 4%. Then the lighting and refrigeration are also produced the same percentage that is7%. Water heating and other appliances are produced by gas are 25% and 16% respectively. And the heating and cooling are producing a huge percentage compared to the other it is 38% in all the energies that are 15 to 20% difference.

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