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Energy by type / fuel

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide is titled "Energy by type / fuel" and showcases four types of energy sources with accompanying icons. The types listed are Gas, Electricity, Renewable energy sources, and Derived heat. Gas is represented by a faucet with a flame symbol indicating natural gas. Electricity is depicted with a traditional lightbulb icon. Renewable energy sources are symbolized with a combination of the sun, water, and leaf, representing solar, hydro, and bioenergy. Derived heat, likely referring to heat recovery or cogeneration, is shown with a radiator-like icon.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean, modern design with a simple color palette, predominantly in shades of blue.
  • There are four round icons in the top row, each with a different symbol representing a type of energy and set within a dark blue circle.
  • Below each icon, there's a label in white font clarifying the type of energy: "Gas," "Electricity," "Renewable energy sources," and "Derived heat."
  • The icons are simple and stylized, offering immediate visual cues about the energy types they represent: a gas tap, a light bulb, symbolic elements for renewable sources (sun, water, leaf), and an icon resembling a radiator for derived heat.
  • A subtitle "Dark backgrounds versions" suggests that the top row icons are optimized for dark backgrounds, while the bottom row depicts the same icons adapted for light backgrounds.
  • The bottom row mirrors the top with corresponding icons and labels, adjusted in color to contrast effectively against lighter backgrounds.
  • Each version of the icons has a text label below it stating "Fully editable & automatically adjusting to color schema," suggesting the icons are customizable.

The overall look of the slide is professional and visually coherent, utilizing graphics effectively to convey different types of energy sources. The design is intuitive and clean, which would facilitate immediate understanding and visual appeal.

Use Cases

  • To introduce the topic of energy diversification during a corporate sustainability presentation.
  • To highlight the areas of expertise within an energy sector company's service portfolio during a business pitch or investor meeting.
  • As part of an educational module explaining various sources of energy to students or trainees in the energy industry.
  • To compare traditional and renewable energy sources in a workshop or seminar focused on energy innovation and environmental impact.

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