The charts give information regarding the number electricity production by fuel resource in two different countries between 1980 and 2000.
Overall, what stands out from the charts describes that Australia had the highest of electricity unit by fuel source for Coal, whereas Nuclear Power was the most dominant of electricity production by fuel resource in France in 2000.
In 1980, from 100 unit of the total of electricity production by fuel resource, Coal in Australia was the highest unit of fuel resource amongst others at 50%, which was half higher than France's Coal. It was followed by Hydro Power as the second highest of electricity production at 20 units. While Australian's Natural Gas had the same number as Hydro Power, Oil was the lowest of electricity production in Australia. In contrast, France had more Natural Gas and Oil than Australia, although France's Hydro Power was lower than Australia's.
Moving to a more detailed analysis from the chart reveals that noticeable changes of electricity production was Nuclear Power in France. It experiences a dramatic rise over the next twenty years at 120 of 180 units of electricity production in 2000. Likewise France, Australia's Coal increased significantly in 2000 at 130 units. Next, Hydro Power, Natural Gas, and Oil in Australia were not more dominant than France's.