The first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household. The second chart shows the percentage of greenhouse gas emissions that result from this energy use. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The two pie charts compare the energy consumption in a standard Australian home to its impact on the production of greenhouse gas. Overall, it is clearly seen that among the seven variables listed, other appliances were mostly used but manufactured less greenhouse gas than heating and cooling, which produced close to half of the gas, but its usage is less than a quarter at home.
An average Australian house used more of other appliances at 24%, followed by water heating which contributed to one-fourth of energy used, and then heating and cooling (20%). However, their production of greenhouse gas varies accordingly:38%,25% and 16%, respectively.
Energy used for refrigerator stood at 12% whereas its gas emissions were 7 per cent together with lighting which a percentage of 11 was used. Moreover, cooking and standby produced an insignificant percentage of four and three respectively whereas their energy consumption was 5% each.
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