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Final energy consumption in industry, by fuel, EU-28 (Mtoe)

Slide Content

The slide presents data on the final energy consumption in the industry sector by different types of fuel within the EU-28 countries, measured in million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe) for the year 2011. It shows that the highest consumption is from gases (91 Mtoe), followed by electricity (89 Mtoe), oil products (53 Mtoe), solid fuels and derivatives (36 Mtoe), renewable energies (20 Mtoe), and derived heat (15 Mtoe). Each energy type is crucial for understanding industry behavior; for example, the reliance on gases indicates significant natural gas usage in the industry.

Graphical Look

  • The slide features a large, central donut chart displaying different fuels' energy consumption.
  • Each segment of the donut chart is color-coded to correspond with the legend items on the left side of the slide.
  • On the left side, there is a vertical legend with icons and lines in various colors, each representing a different type of fuel with corresponding values.
  • The slide's background is dark blue, providing high contrast with the brightly colored chart and text.
  • Each type of fuel in the legend is accompanied by a relevant icon, such as a flame for "Derived heat" or a leaf for "Renewable energies."
  • Numerical values are embedded within the corresponding segments of the donut chart, providing a clear and immediate reference to the data.
  • The title of the slide is white and stands out prominently against the dark background.

The slide has a bold and colorful design with a clear emphasis on the data presented. The use of icons and color-coding makes the information easily digestible at a glance.

Use Cases

  • Presenting energy consumption statistics in a business report on industry practices within the EU.
  • Comparing fuel sources during a conference on energy efficiency and sustainability in industrial applications.
  • Use Cases (continued)

  • Illustrating data trends in energy consumption during an educational session for environmental studies or economics students.

  • Utilizing in a policy discussion regarding legislation on industrial energy use and reduction of carbon footprint.

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