The two pie charts illustrates the percentage of energy consumption and gas emission recorded in an Australian household respectively.
Generally, Australians spend most energy in heating, with 42%. Cooling only wastes a small amount of power (2%). Most emissions emit from water heating (32%) while that of cooling only accounted for 3%.
In detail, as the first chart demonstrates, water heating and heating consumed more than two-third of the total percentage power use, while other usages including refrigeration (7%), cooling (2%), lighting (4%) and other appliances (15%) only take up nearly one-third of that.
Regardless of the second pie chart, it is surprised that although required a huge amount of energy, heating only causes 15% of gas emissions. In contrast to that, the proportion of exhaust fumes from lighting and refrigeration double the energy those used, with 8% and 14% respectively. Other appliances produce quite a significant exhaustion, with nearly doubled the proportion of the energy its consumed.
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