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Energy by type / fuel

Slide Content

The slide is titled "Energy by type / fuel" and visually categorizes three types of energy sources: oil products, solid fuels/hard coal, and lignite. These categories are represented with circular icons that depict an oil pump for oil products, implying extraction and refining of oil. A minecart filled with coal represents solid fuels/hard coal, suggesting the mining and use of coal. A dump truck represents lignite, indicating the excavation and utility of lower-grade coal. Below these icons, there are duplicate icons labeled "Dark backgrounds versions," indicating these are alternative versions for use on dark-themed slides.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean, flat design with a blue and white color scheme.
  • There are three main circular icons, uniformly sized and arranged horizontally across the top half of the slide, each with a distinct energy-related image.
  • Under each circular icon, there is a caption in a bold, readable font naming the energy type: "Oil products," "Solid fuels / hard coal," and "Lignite."
  • On the bottom left, the same icons are repeated with a darker background to show contrast.
  • On the bottom right, there is a green rectangular side panel with white text that states "Fully editable & automatically adjusting to color schema."
  • The icons are simple and symbolic, using common imagery to represent different energy types.
  • The slide has a harmonious and balanced layout with a professional feel.

The slide's overall look is professional and polished, intended for a clear visual categorization of energy types. The consistent iconography along with the dual color options for different slide backgrounds provides versatility.

Use Cases

  • In business presentations discussing the energy industry, to provide a visual breakdown of energy sources.
  • In educational settings, for illustrating different types of fuels and their usage in a simplified manner.
  • For environmental impact assessments to visually communicate the types of fuels being considered or utilized.
  • During investment meetings or conferences to highlight areas of focus within the energy sector for potential projects or developments.

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