The graph below shows the amount of UK investments in clean energy from 2008 to 2015

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The graph below shows the amount of UK investments in clean energy from 2008 to 2015. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The graph below shows the amount of UK investments in clean energy from 2008 to 2015

Sample Answer: The graph below shows the amount of UK investments in clean energy from 2008 to 2015.

The given bar chart depicts the national expenditure of the UK on clean energy over 8years from 2008 to 2015.

Overall, over the given years, the highest amount of investment is on wind energy, whereas energy from smart technologies consistently accounted for a lower investment.

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The UK government provided consistently higher amount for wind energy, starting from the year 2008 it was almost two and half billion pounds, then the figure almost trebled up in 2009, and 2010which accounted for nearly 8 and 7 billion pounds respectively. However, in 2011 the national investment in wind energy was considerably low; despite some fluctuations in the final year, the government spent more than 20billionpound on wind energy. Over the given year, national funding on energy in smart technologies was consistently increasing, it was nearly one billion pounds in 2008, and in the final year, it was increased up to 4billuon pounds.

The investment in solar energy started only in the year 2009, which was considerably low, then in the consecutive three years (2011,2012, and 2013), the figure was almost constant, which devoted 2.5 billion pounds, before it escalating to its peak of 4 billion pounds and then in 2015 it again reduced into three billion pounds. In 2008 the investment in another source of energy was nearly 2.5 billion pounds despite some changes it’s increased up to 3 billion pounds, and in the final year, the figure decreased to 2billuonpounds.

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