Comparison about used proportion of energy and gas emissions in Australian household is informed in given pie charts.
In general, there is a huge differences in pattern between energy used and gas emissions of Australia that were shown the six surveyed parameters.
The first aspect shows that the heating, which is 42%, is considerably more common used as energy source than rest of the energy sources, especially water heating at second highest, which makes up 30%. It followed by refrigeration, other appliances, lighting, and cooling, which accounted for 7%, 15%, 4%, and 2%, respectively.
The second aspect exhibits the different pattern, which were 32% of gas emission can be found at water heating, followed by the second highest is other appliances, which makes up 28%. The third and fourth highest was seen in refrigeration and heating, which were 15% and 14%, respectively, while 8% and 3% emitted gas can be found from lighting and cooling, respectively.
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The pie charts compare the percentages of energy consumed for various purposes and how much greenhouse gas is emitted by an average Australian family.
Overall, heating accounts for the highest energy consumption, yet the largest proportion of CO2 emitted belongs to water heating.
42% of energy consumed in An Australian family is used for heating, which is the highest figure on the chart, followed by that of water heating, at approximately 30%. In contrast, the figure for other appliances makes up merely 15% and the rest, including refrigeration, cooling and lighting, occupy trivial proportion, under 7% each.
in terms of greenhouse released, water heating and other appliances are the major causes, with about 32% and 28% respectively. In comparison, the data of heating and refrigerator are lower, standing at about 15% each. Both cooling and lighting are responsible for the production of one tenth of total gas emissions.