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The line graph illustrates the amount of electricity produced by sources namely Thermal, Nuclear, Hydroelectric and Renewables in France over the period of 32 years standing from 1980.

It is clear that while the proportion of electricity produced by Nuclear and Renewables increased, the opposite was true for the figures for Thermal and Hydroelectric. Also, nuclear is the most popular source to produce electricity for most of the period.

In 1980, the amount of electricity produced by Nuclear was 70 TW-h. Meanwhile, the figure for Renewables was negligible amount. Over the following 32 years, the quantity of electricity produced by Nuclear increased significantly to reach a peak of just over 430 TW-h, before decreasing slightly higher than 400 TW-h in the last year. By contrast, the figure for Renewables remained stable until 1995, but then rose steadily to approximately 25 TW-h in 2012.

Look at the other sources, the amount of electricity produced by Thermal was highest with around 120 TW-h in 1980, while the figure for Hydroelectric was 70 TW-h. Since then, the figures for Thermal and Hydroelectric witnessed a minimal fluctuation during the period, and ending at roughly 50 TW-h at the end of period.

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