The two charts above show the proportion of energy used in a typical Australian house and the amount of the greenhouse gas emission that produced from the energy.
As can be seen, heating and water heating are considered as the two main kinds of using the energy and this lead to more percentage of gas emission created.
The first chart illustrates heating is the type which uses the most energy (about 42%) in a normal Australian household. The following is water heating with only less than 12% while the energy which is used for cooling only accounts the smallest proportion 2% and the figure for lighting is 4%. Other appliances used the quantities of energy double the refrigeration with 15%.
The second chart explains the amount of household greenhouse emission alternatively with the former chart. Water heating makes the highest number with 32%, at this time heating takes the third position with only 15% and other appliances 28 percent. There are a correspondence between the amount of energy used and the emissions produced for cooling still takes the smallest proportion with 3%, lighting 8% and refrigeration 14%.