Figure 101 is a vertical bar chart. The vertical axis, labelled 'installed capacity – MW', is on the left hand side and has 10 tick marks. Reading up from the bottom of the chart, the tick marks are labelled 0 and increase by 2000, up to 18 000. Along the horizontal axis, each year from 2000 to 2012 is represented by a vertical bar. Each bar is divided into 6 sections identified as 'Hydro', 'Landfill gas','Other bioenergy', 'Onshore wind', 'Offshore wind' and 'Solar PV'. With 13 bars divided into 6 categories, the chart contains too much information to describe in detail. The overall picture is of an increasing amount of installed capacity from about 3000 in the year 2000 to approaching 16000 in 2012. The rate of increase is accelerating, being very slow from 2000 to 2002 and much faster from 2010 to 2012. Hydro accounts for half of the capacity in 2000 but has remained constant. Landfill gas and other bioenergy are increasing gradually over the period but nowhere near as fast as the total capacity and so account for a reducing proportion. Onshore wind accounted for about 15% in the year 2000 and offshore wind starts in 2004. These two capacities have grown the most and account for 57% of the total capacity in 2012. Solar PV has been a tiny fraction of the total capacity until 2011 when it suddenly has about 7% of the capacity and this increases to over 10% in 2012.