The pie charts illustrate the share of various fuel sources for producing electricity in France and Australia in 1980 and 2000. It can be clearly seen that in Australia, coal was the main source both in 1980 and 2000.
Looking at the pie charts related to Australia it is evident that the rate of using coal for electricity production significantly increased from 50 units in 1980 to 130 units in 2000. Conversely, the usage rate for other fuel sources including oil, natural gas, and hydro power experienced a sharp drop from 10,20 and 20 units to 2 units for all the three.
Moving on to the pie charts related to france, in 1980, the highest rate belongs to natural gas and coal with both having 25 units at the whole share. In addition, while nuclear power was used at 15 units rate in 1980, its usage was surged to 120 units in 2000. The use of oil , on the other hand remained approximately the same in both 1980 and 2000 with only 5 units difference, being higher in 2000.
Oversal, comparing the charts related to australia and france one significant difference is that while nuclear power in france was the major fuel source for electricity production in 2000. It was not used in australia at all either in 1980 or 2000.