The four pie chart depicted information on the proportion of different kinds of power generated between Germany and France during 2009. Overall, in Germany, the most percentage of electricity came from conventional thermal, whereas nuclear power is the main supply of electricity in France.
Nearly 60% of total electricity in Germany, whose whole output was 560 billion kWh, was accounted by conventional thermal. Whilst in France, the amount of power was lower at just 510 billion kWh, in contrast to Germany,10.3% energy was created by conventional thermal, over three-quarters energy came from nuclear power (76%). This figure of nuclear was just 23% in Germany.
A kind of energy noted was renewables, it accounted for 17,4% in Germany and 13.7% in the remaining country. In France, the most renewables energy generated by hydroelectric, while biomass and wind made up a small proportion of 8.5%, 10.5% respectively. Contrast to the left country, the total power provided by biomass and wind which accounted above three-quarters of the whole renewables energy, was far higher than hydroelectric (17.7%) and solar (6.1%)