Electric Power Monthly

Data for September 2014  |  Release Date: November 25, 2014  |  Next Release: December 23, 2014 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Retail Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, September 2014 and 2013 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
September 2014 September 2013 September 2014 September 2013 September 2014 September 2013 September 2014 September 2013 September 2014 September 2013
New England 685 607 665 529 171 288 4 NM 1,524 1,428
Connecticut 208 189 173 165 38 37 1 1 420 392
Maine 54 48 40 38 21 18 0 0 115 105
Massachusetts 285 251 329 209 73 192 NM NM 689 654
New Hampshire 64 62 53 53 20 20 0 0 137 135
Rhode Island 46 32 44 39 8 9 0.32 0.30 99 81
Vermont 28 27 26 24 11 12 0 0 65 63
Middle Atlantic 1,741 1,775 1,911 1,889 447 414 43 43 4,141 4,121
New Jersey 368 363 412 425 65 66 2 3 847 857
New York 837 872 1,152 1,130 100 69 34 35 2,124 2,106
Pennsylvania 536 540 347 334 282 279 6 5 1,171 1,158
East North Central 1,727 1,729 1,515 1,467 1,121 1,071 3 3 4,366 4,271
Illinois 384 362 372 335 225 219 2 3 984 919
Indiana 285 283 206 200 272 249 0.17 0.16 763 732
Michigan 368 373 344 346 197 196 0.04 0.05 909 916
Ohio 466 477 375 369 266 252 0.18 0.20 1,107 1,098
Wisconsin 224 234 219 217 161 155 0 0 604 606
West North Central 910 982 811 809 533 509 0.35 0.34 2,255 2,300
Iowa 120 134 85 92 119 94 0 0 324 319
Kansas 147 151 144 135 72 67 0 0 363 352
Minnesota 200 213 192 194 131 139 0.19 0.15 523 546
Missouri 289 316 239 241 91 90 0.16 0.19 619 647
Nebraska 87 98 74 75 63 69 0 0 224 241
North Dakota 32 32 40 37 41 32 0 0 114 101
South Dakota 36 40 36 36 16 17 0 0 88 93
South Atlantic 3,740 3,546 2,601 2,537 810 781 10 9 7,162 6,873
Delaware 49 46 35 35 18 18 0 0 103 99
District of Columbia 20 19 83 83 1 1 NM NM 108 105
Florida 1,422 1,311 845 792 117 111 1 1 2,384 2,215
Georgia 620 598 421 410 179 169 1 1 1,220 1,179
Maryland 272 284 264 270 26 25 4 3 566 584
North Carolina 553 528 369 375 148 153 0.05 0.05 1,071 1,056
South Carolina 332 306 195 192 151 151 0 0 678 648
Virginia 403 382 339 327 109 94 1 1 852 804
West Virginia 70 73 50 52 61 58 0.03 0.03 181 183
East South Central 1,154 1,121 841 834 586 566 0.00 0.01 2,581 2,522
Alabama 351 339 225 223 193 189 0 0 768 750
Kentucky 206 208 151 161 146 143 0 0 502 513
Mississippi 216 202 145 135 104 99 0 0 466 436
Tennessee 382 373 320 315 142 135 0.00 0.01 845 823
West South Central 2,463 2,394 1,536 1,477 880 837 1 1 4,880 4,709
Arkansas 179 176 95 94 95 93 0.00 NM 368 363
Louisiana 305 311 206 210 168 164 0.09 0.10 679 685
Oklahoma 226 228 149 148 87 80 0 0 462 456
Texas 1,753 1,679 1,085 1,025 531 499 1 1 3,371 3,205
Mountain 1,044 1,004 852 805 525 494 1 1 2,423 2,304
Arizona 423 409 296 285 89 76 0 0 807 770
Colorado 191 199 189 178 101 100 1 1 481 478
Idaho 52 52 40 37 53 51 0 0 145 140
Montana 36 36 42 36 19 18 0 0 97 91
Nevada 162 133 83 77 111 101 0.08 0.07 357 311
New Mexico 74 72 86 78 40 39 0 0 200 189
Utah 86 82 89 85 56 54 1 1 231 222
Wyoming 20 20 29 28 56 54 0 0 106 102
Pacific Contiguous 1,964 1,860 2,522 2,087 707 668 7 6 5,200 4,621
California 1,627 1,534 2,210 1,786 540 507 7 5 4,383 3,834
Oregon 138 126 117 111 65 60 0.18 0.17 320 297
Washington 199 200 196 190 102 100 0.03 0.04 497 491
Pacific Noncontiguous 111 106 137 128 119 106 0 0 367 339
Alaska 29 27 39 35 18 17 0 0 85 79
Hawaii 82 78 98 93 101 89 0 0 281 260
U.S. Total 15,539 15,125 13,391 12,564 5,900 5,734 68 67 34,898 33,490

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.