Electric Power Monthly

Data for July 2016  |  Release Date: September 26, 2016  |  Next Release: October 25, 2016 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, July 2016 and 2015 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
July 2016 July 2015 July 2016 July 2015 July 2016 July 2015 July 2016 July 2015 July 2016 July 2015
New England 830 799 729 728 183 184 4 5 1,746 1,716
Connecticut 245 247 184 183 37 37 2 2 467 469
Maine 59 59 41 45 20 22 0 0 120 126
Massachusetts 362 341 368 366 83 84 2 2 815 793
New Hampshire 73 66 57 57 21 20 0 0 151 144
Rhode Island 60 56 52 50 10 8 0.43 0.38 122 115
Vermont 32 30 27 26 12 12 0 0 71 69
Middle Atlantic 2,290 2,175 1,982 2,029 444 472 37 40 4,754 4,716
New Jersey 611 586 495 508 68 73 2 3 1,176 1,170
New York 964 908 1,134 1,149 94 93 30 31 2,222 2,182
Pennsylvania 715 681 354 371 282 307 5 5 1,356 1,364
East North Central 2,613 2,408 1,727 1,737 1,146 1,177 4 3 5,489 5,325
Illinois 636 598 428 422 252 241 3 3 1,320 1,265
Indiana 382 351 220 216 254 265 0.16 0.17 856 832
Michigan 578 510 390 407 189 196 0.03 0.04 1,157 1,113
Ohio 686 651 440 446 279 303 0.23 0.30 1,406 1,400
Wisconsin 331 298 248 246 172 171 0.00 0 751 715
West North Central 1,378 1,316 987 983 597 605 0.40 0.38 2,963 2,905
Iowa 200 192 119 119 144 126 0 0 463 438
Kansas 222 201 164 157 70 71 0 0 456 429
Minnesota 274 265 217 220 135 138 0.20 0.19 626 623
Missouri 468 452 313 315 85 107 0.20 0.19 866 874
Nebraska 127 122 85 87 91 96 0 0 304 305
North Dakota 38 38 46 46 53 49 0 0 137 133
South Dakota 49 45 42 40 19 18 0 0 110 103
South Atlantic 4,731 4,630 2,850 2,887 845 902 10 10 8,435 8,429
Delaware 65 64 37 38 17 17 0 0 119 120
District of Columbia 33 37 90 95 3 2 3 3 129 137
Florida 1,540 1,510 819 837 115 127 1 1 2,474 2,475
Georgia 832 855 470 528 183 227 1 1 1,485 1,612
Maryland 425 381 305 312 25 27 4 4 758 723
North Carolina 710 723 437 422 175 164 0.05 0.06 1,322 1,309
South Carolina 456 433 243 227 158 161 0 0 856 821
Virginia 558 529 385 368 98 109 1 1 1,042 1,007
West Virginia 113 97 65 60 71 69 0 0 250 225
East South Central 1,410 1,354 912 899 520 592 0 0 2,842 2,845
Alabama 442 426 257 250 186 210 0 0 884 885
Kentucky 284 261 174 165 132 142 0 0 589 568
Mississippi 218 226 130 143 88 102 0 0 436 470
Tennessee 467 442 351 341 115 138 0 0 933 921
West South Central 2,736 2,701 1,476 1,534 798 873 1 1 5,011 5,109
Arkansas 213 203 102 105 97 101 0.00 0.00 412 408
Louisiana 324 319 200 201 136 147 0.10 0.09 660 667
Oklahoma 294 274 161 160 78 86 0 0 534 521
Texas 1,904 1,905 1,014 1,068 487 539 1 1 3,406 3,513
Mountain 1,411 1,334 933 913 569 575 1 1 2,914 2,824
Arizona 594 543 346 336 90 95 0.05 0.06 1,031 973
Colorado 257 229 196 186 102 103 1 1 557 518
Idaho 76 75 44 45 85 82 0 0 205 202
Montana 44 45 43 44 21 23 0 0 107 112
Nevada 186 201 80 83 115 116 0.07 0.08 381 401
New Mexico 97 94 94 96 39 43 0 0 231 234
Utah 130 124 100 94 59 57 0.47 0.47 289 276
Wyoming 26 23 30 28 58 56 0 0 113 107
Pacific Contiguous 2,025 2,065 2,022 2,326 832 881 6 7 4,886 5,279
California 1,645 1,650 1,699 1,984 661 707 6 7 4,012 4,349
Oregon 149 175 122 129 71 72 0.18 0.19 342 375
Washington 231 240 202 213 100 102 0.04 0.04 533 555
Pacific Noncontiguous 95 103 109 120 87 94 0 0 292 317
Alaska 30 30 41 42 18 17 0 0 90 89
Hawaii 65 73 68 79 69 77 0 0 202 228
U.S. Total 19,521 18,886 13,727 14,155 6,022 6,355 63 68 39,332 39,464

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.