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EU electricity generation, EU-27, 2010 (GWh)

Slide Content

The slide presents a bar graph showcasing the net electricity generation in the EU-27 from 1990 to 2010, measured in gigawatt-hours (GWh). It separates energy sources into hydro, nuclear, combustible fuels, geothermal, solar, and wind, each color-coded and with corresponding icons. Hydro, nuclear, and combustible fuels have significantly higher values than geothermal, solar, and wind, indicating a reliance on traditional energy sources at the time, but a presence of renewable energies is notable.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a prominent bar graph divided into two sections by magnitude of energy generation.
  • Each section has bars colored differently to represent various energy sources: blue for hydro, green for nuclear, red for combustible fuels, gray for geothermal, yellow for solar, and light blue for wind.
  • Accompanying icons on speech bubbles are placed above the bars: a water droplet for hydro, a radioactive sign for nuclear, a flame for combustible fuels, the Earth for geothermal, a light bulb with gears for solar, and a wind turbine for wind.
  • A legend is not present, but the color coding and icons clearly indicate the type of energy source.
  • The background is white, and the gridlines are light gray, providing a neutral and non-distracting backdrop.
  • The data source is credited at the bottom left as "Source: Eurostat."

The overall look of the slide is informative and visually engaging, using color and icons effectively to differentiate between energy sources. The graph is presented in a clear and easily interpretable manner without clutter.

Use Cases

  • Presenting an energy portfolio overview in a policy discussion or energy-related conference.
  • Comparing historical energy generation trends in business or educational settings.
  • Showcasing the progress of renewable energy integration in government or environmental reports.
  • Analyzing past energy market performance as part of an investment evaluation regarding utility companies or renewable energy sectors.

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