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Gross inland energy consumption, by fuel, EU-28, 2010

Slide Content

The slide presents data on the EU-28 2010 gross inland energy consumption by fuel type. Renewable energy sources contributed 9.9%, slightly below the 10.8% by hard coal. Lignite had the least input with 5.1%. Nuclear energy supplied a substantial 13.5%, while gas was responsible for a significant 25.3% of energy consumption. Oil was the largest single contributor at 35.4%, indicating its dominance in the energy mix during that year. Each fuel type is also represented by an icon, enhancing the visual appeal and making the data more accessible.

Graphical Look

  • The slide title is displayed in a bold, sans-serif font, prominent at the top.
  • A circular pie chart dominates the center of the slide, divided into colored segments representing different energy sources.
  • Each segment includes a percentage and a representative icon: a leaf for renewables, a flame for lignite, a coal icon for hard coal, a nuclear symbol for nuclear, a gas flame for gas, and an oil rig for oil.
  • Colors differentiate the segments: green for renewable, brown for lignite, grey for hard coal, blue for nuclear, red for gas, and dark blue for oil.
  • A small legend at the bottom left indicates the data source.

The slide utilizes a clean and modern design with bright colors, making the information engaging and easy to read. The use of icons and percentages directly on the pie chart segments allows for quick comprehension of the data.

Use Cases

  • Presenting historical energy consumption statistics during an energy sector conference or seminar.
  • Illustrating past fuel usage trends in a university lecture or educational setting.
  • Providing background information in a business meeting discussing energy portfolio diversification.
  • Comparing past and present energy consumption in a policy-making workshop or governmental briefing.

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