Electric Power Monthly

Data for March 2016  |  Release Date: May 25, 2016  |  Next Release: June 23, 2016 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, March 2016 and 2015 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
March 2016 March 2015 March 2016 March 2015 March 2016 March 2015 March 2016 March 2015 March 2016 March 2015
New England 731 885 645 739 170 202 4 6 1,551 1,832
Connecticut 211 259 162 188 35 39 2 3 409 489
Maine 72 58 41 40 22 36 0 0 136 134
Massachusetts 302 396 319 371 73 83 2 3 696 852
New Hampshire 71 85 54 61 20 22 0 0 145 167
Rhode Island 45 53 46 56 9 11 0.44 0.49 100 120
Vermont 30 34 23 24 11 11 0 0 65 69
Middle Atlantic 1,554 1,910 1,521 1,752 407 496 33 44 3,515 4,202
New Jersey 299 358 366 415 58 66 2 3 725 842
New York 653 839 827 959 81 105 27 33 1,588 1,936
Pennsylvania 603 713 328 378 268 325 5 8 1,203 1,424
East North Central 1,765 1,976 1,416 1,487 1,059 1,116 3 4 4,243 4,583
Illinois 400 446 338 379 222 262 3 3 963 1,090
Indiana 264 321 181 197 243 256 0.18 0.21 688 774
Michigan 382 396 321 325 177 175 0.04 0.05 880 896
Ohio 482 569 368 375 269 273 0.32 1 1,120 1,218
Wisconsin 237 244 208 210 147 150 0.00 0 592 604
West North Central 845 897 714 707 463 473 0.31 0.37 2,022 2,077
Iowa 128 128 85 83 94 95 0 0 307 305
Kansas 106 116 117 118 63 65 0 0 286 299
Minnesota 214 213 177 174 115 119 0.19 0.23 506 506
Missouri 241 277 189 191 58 70 0.12 0.14 488 538
Nebraska 75 79 63 63 67 64 0 0 205 207
North Dakota 40 41 46 44 49 45 0 0 135 130
South Dakota 42 43 36 34 16 15 0 0 94 92
South Atlantic 2,941 3,433 2,198 2,283 654 702 8 8 5,802 6,425
Delaware 50 66 35 34 12 16 0 0 97 116
District of Columbia 23 27 82 84 1 2 2 1 109 114
Florida 934 1,064 662 710 100 112 1 1 1,697 1,887
Georgia 418 456 336 331 131 132 1 1 886 920
Maryland 304 333 259 285 22 28 4 3 588 650
North Carolina 486 585 312 316 115 123 0.04 0.06 913 1,024
South Carolina 260 307 157 159 112 132 0 0 529 597
Virginia 368 487 299 311 91 92 1 1 760 891
West Virginia 97 108 56 53 70 65 0 0 223 226
East South Central 898 1,114 667 707 443 479 0 0 2,008 2,300
Alabama 254 293 183 186 148 159 0 0 586 638
Kentucky 192 237 134 139 121 132 0 0 447 507
Mississippi 135 178 99 114 76 83 0 0 310 375
Tennessee 317 406 251 267 98 106 0 0 666 779
West South Central 1,426 1,831 1,119 1,232 709 736 1 1 3,255 3,800
Arkansas 122 161 70 73 69 70 0.00 0.00 261 305
Louisiana 178 223 160 166 138 129 0.09 0.08 477 517
Oklahoma 147 170 102 104 60 69 0 0 310 344
Texas 979 1,276 787 888 441 469 1 1 2,207 2,634
Mountain 723 755 668 694 378 410 1 1 1,771 1,860
Arizona 218 228 217 216 66 67 0.04 0.04 501 511
Colorado 162 165 148 158 81 86 1 1 391 410
Idaho 67 62 38 38 29 32 0 0 133 132
Montana 44 45 41 40 16 16 0 0 101 102
Nevada 87 94 61 70 51 70 0.05 0.06 199 234
New Mexico 52 61 63 70 35 37 0 0 150 167
Utah 67 72 73 71 43 43 0.47 0.49 183 186
Wyoming 26 28 28 31 58 58 0 0 112 118
Pacific Contiguous 1,620 1,528 1,623 1,622 572 572 6 6 3,821 3,728
California 1,139 1,093 1,296 1,304 431 416 6 6 2,872 2,818
Oregon 175 164 118 116 52 59 0.18 0.18 345 339
Washington 306 272 209 202 89 97 0.04 0.04 604 571
Pacific Noncontiguous 88 98 102 112 77 85 0 0 267 295
Alaska 34 36 42 42 18 17 0 0 95 95
Hawaii 54 62 60 70 59 69 0 0 173 200
U.S. Total 12,593 14,427 10,673 11,335 4,931 5,271 58 69 28,255 31,102

See Technical notes for additional information on the Commercial, Industrial, and Transportation sectors.
Notes: - See Glossary for definitions. - Values are preliminary estimates based on a cutoff model sample.
See Technical Notes for a discussion of the sample design for the Form EIA-826.
Utilities and energy service providers may classify commercial and industrial customers based on either NAICS codes or demands or usage falling within specified limits by rate schedule.
Changes from year to year in consumer counts, sales and revenues, particularly involving the commercial and industrial consumer sectors, may result from respondent implementation of changes in the definitions of consumers, and reclassifications.
Totals may not equal sum of components because of independent rounding.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-826, Monthly Electric Sales and Revenue Report with State Distributions Report.