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The first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household. The second chart shows the greenhouse gas emissions which result from this energy use.

The first pie chart illustrates average energy usages in a typical Australian family while the second pie chart shows the percentage of greenhouse gas emission from this energy consumption. As is presented, water heating and heating & cooling consume the highest energy and they produce the highest percentage of greenhouse gas in Australia. According to the given data, water heating system consumed 23% of total energy consumption in an Australian household while heating and cooling system require 20% energy. Refrigeration consumed 12% energy which is larger than that of energy requirement for cooking and lighting. Finally, 5% energy is consumed in standby mode and the remaining 24% energy is required for all other household appliances. On the other hand, heating and cooling systems contribute to the highest percentage of greenhouse gas emission which is 38%. Water heaters, though require more energy than heating and cooling, emit comparatively lesser greenhouse gas (25%). These two systems produce the highest percentage of greenhouse gas in Australia. Cooking, lighting and refrigeration generate 18% greenhouse gas in total and all other appliances and standby mode generate 19% such gas.

IELTS academic You should spend about 20 minutes on this task. The first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household. The second chart shows the greenhouse gas emissions which result from this energy use. Summarise the information by selecting v.68

The
first
pie chart illustrates average
energy
usages in a typical Australian family while the second pie chart
shows
the
percentage
of
greenhouse
gas
emission from this
energy
consumption. As
is presented
, water
heating
and
heating
&amp
;
cooling
consume the highest
energy and
they produce the highest
percentage
of
greenhouse
gas
in Australia.

According to the
given
data, water
heating
system
consumed 23% of total
energy
consumption in an Australian household while
heating
and
cooling
system
require 20%
energy
. Refrigeration consumed 12%
energy
which is larger than that of
energy
requirement for cooking and lighting.
Finally
, 5%
energy
is consumed
in standby mode and the remaining 24%
energy
is required
for all other household appliances.

On the other hand
,
heating
and
cooling
systems
contribute to the highest
percentage
of
greenhouse
gas
emission which is 38%. Water heaters, though require more
energy
than
heating
and
cooling
, emit
comparatively
lesser
greenhouse
gas
(25%). These two
systems
produce the highest
percentage
of
greenhouse
gas
in Australia. Cooking, lighting and refrigeration generate 18%
greenhouse
gas
in total and all other appliances and standby mode generate 19% such
gas
.
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