The four pie charts 1. the electricity generated between Germany and France during 2009, and it is measured in billions kWh. Overall, it can be seen that conventional thermal was the main source of electricity in Germany, 2. nuclear was the main source in France.

The bulk of electricity in Germany, whose total output was 560 billion kWh, came from conventional thermal, at 59.6%. In France, the total output 3. , at 510 billion kWh, and in contrast to Germany, conventional thermal 4. just 10.3%, with most electricity coming from nuclear power (76%). In Germany, 5. nuclear power generated electricity was only 6. of the total.

Moving on to renewables, this accounted for quite similar proportions for both countries, 7. 15% of the total electricity generated. In detail, in Germany, most of the renewables consisted of wind and biomass, totaling around 75%, which 8. than for hydroelectric (17.7%) and solar (6.1%). The situation 9. in France, where hydroelectric made up 80.5% of renewable electricity, with biomass, wind and solar making up10. 20%.


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