The pie charts below show units of eletricity production by fuel source in Australia and France in 1980 and 2000. Summarise the information by selectiong and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

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charts
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we can see different
units
of electricity by fuel source in
Australia
and
France
in 1980 and 2000. There are four different charts sorted by country and
year
. In the
year
of
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1980, the total production was 100
units
in
Australia
,
meanwhile
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it was only 90
units
in
France
. To the
year
of
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2000, these
units
changed and increased to 170 in
Australia
, and 180
units
in
France
. On one hand, in 1980, in
Australia
,
the
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half of the total
units
was
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Coal, meanwhile in
France
Coal was only 25
units
in the same
year
.
On the other hand
, electricity production by fuel source changed a lot by the
year
2000, because
units
of Coal went up sharply, to 130
units
in
Australia
.
Nevertheless
, there was an upward trend in
France
too, but in Nuclear Power, which type of fuel source
Australia
had never used.
However
, it was 126
units
in
France
in 2000.
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