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 demonstrates energy which is consumed in an average Australian household. The second pie chart gives information about the greenhouse gas that is released from household energy use.

In general, the most energy uses for heating and water heating while cooling and lighting only uses a little power. The amount of greenhouse gas is released from water heating and other appliances make up the majority.

Looking at the first chart, the heating power accounts for 42%. Next, the amount of water heating energy is 30%. The energy uses for other appliances is 15%. The figure for refrigeration, cooling, lighting energy is under 7%.

Looking at the second chart, the most greenhouse gas is emissioned from water heating energy. Other appliances release 28% of greenhouse gas. Around 15% greenhouse gas which is emitted from heating and refrigeration energy. The figure for greenhouse gas that is release from cooling and lighting is 3% and 8%, respectively.

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