units of electricity production in France and Australia
The pie chart compares fuel source Aus and Fra in terms of their electricity output in units between the year 1980 and 2000.
Overall, there was a significant change in the units of electricity produced by fuel source of two countries shown on the graph. It is clear that the year 2000 witnessed an upward trend in the total production of Fra and Aus.
Looking at the chart in more detail, in 1980, the amount of electricity produced by coal in Australia was double that in France, 50 units compared to 25 units. The electricity output produced by coal in Australia witnessed a significant increase from 50 to 130 units over a period of 20 years. Meanwhile, this figure for that in France remained stable at 25 units.
From 1980 to 2000, the electricity produced by nuclear power surged by 111 units, exceeding all other sources which remained unchanged. This growth made the total production in France doubled, 90 units compared to 180 units.