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Data for April 2015  |  Release Date: June 25, 2015  |  Next Release: July 27, 2015 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Retail Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, April 2015 and 2014 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
April 2015 April 2014 April 2015 April 2014 April 2015 April 2014 April 2015 April 2014 April 2015 April 2014
New England 729 638 638 594 180 170 6 5 1,553 1,406
Connecticut 221 189 168 156 35 36 2 2 425 383
Maine 53 55 38 37 29 24 0 0 119 116
Massachusetts 313 263 312 287 77 71 4 NM 706 624
New Hampshire 71 62 54 51 20 19 0 0 144 132
Rhode Island 44 40 45 40 8 9 0.40 0.35 97 89
Vermont 27 29 23 23 11 11 0 0 61 62
Middle Atlantic 1,456 1,539 1,520 1,585 422 440 34 39 3,432 3,603
New Jersey 274 284 365 383 60 68 3 3 702 737
New York 653 715 838 873 92 84 26 31 1,610 1,703
Pennsylvania 529 540 316 330 270 288 5 5 1,120 1,163
East North Central 1,544 1,580 1,356 1,365 1,009 1,027 3 3 3,912 3,976
Illinois 370 346 330 331 194 202 3 3 897 882
Indiana 230 247 174 180 248 251 0.16 0.16 652 678
Michigan 317 343 305 315 169 188 0.04 0.09 791 847
Ohio 411 422 351 341 255 247 0.30 0.33 1,017 1,010
Wisconsin 216 222 196 198 143 140 0 0 555 559
West North Central 729 781 684 691 467 457 0.28 0.27 1,880 1,929
Iowa 105 118 77 84 93 95 0 0 276 298
Kansas 93 96 116 114 65 67 0 0 273 277
Minnesota 185 197 167 174 120 116 0.16 0.16 473 487
Missouri 209 222 186 186 71 71 0.12 0.11 466 479
Nebraska 65 69 62 62 58 58 0 0 185 189
North Dakota 35 40 43 39 45 35 0 0 123 114
South Dakota 36 39 33 33 15 15 0 0 84 86
South Atlantic 2,691 2,695 2,245 2,251 742 743 9 9 5,687 5,698
Delaware 37 44 35 37 13 15 0 0 85 97
District of Columbia 23 20 76 80 2 1 3 3 104 104
Florida 1,049 942 750 724 115 111 1 1 1,916 1,777
Georgia 378 393 336 353 139 156 1 1 854 903
Maryland 238 255 242 259 28 27 3 4 512 544
North Carolina 389 419 311 315 138 132 0.05 0.06 838 866
South Carolina 213 226 157 161 138 146 0 0 508 534
Virginia 294 321 287 276 105 93 1 1 688 692
West Virginia 68 74 49 47 64 62 0.03 0.03 182 182
East South Central 814 852 690 692 477 489 0.00 0.02 1,981 2,032
Alabama 230 228 186 178 159 159 0 0 575 565
Kentucky 170 179 131 135 129 129 0 0 431 443
Mississippi 134 137 113 110 84 91 0 0 331 338
Tennessee 279 307 260 269 104 110 0.00 0.02 644 686
West South Central 1,441 1,430 1,166 1,179 721 834 1 1 3,330 3,443
Arkansas 108 114 72 70 72 80 0.00 NM 253 263
Louisiana 171 185 160 174 134 172 0.08 0.09 465 532
Oklahoma 140 145 110 113 70 74 0 0 319 332
Texas 1,022 986 824 822 446 509 1 1 2,293 2,317
Mountain 711 703 695 684 426 420 1 1 1,833 1,809
Arizona 241 230 226 223 68 68 0.04 0 535 521
Colorado 150 156 153 159 87 88 1 1 391 403
Idaho 56 56 37 36 47 37 0 0 139 129
Montana 40 39 40 37 17 18 0 0 97 94
Nevada 90 88 68 64 65 69 0.06 0.05 223 221
New Mexico 52 52 69 68 38 40 0 0 158 159
Utah 61 60 73 70 46 47 0.41 1 180 178
Wyoming 22 23 29 28 58 53 0 0 109 103
Pacific Contiguous 1,144 1,020 1,674 1,611 542 522 7 6 3,366 3,159
California 747 618 1,370 1,310 388 370 7 6 2,511 2,304
Oregon 151 148 113 111 58 56 0.19 0.17 322 314
Washington 246 254 191 191 96 96 0.04 0.04 532 541
Pacific Noncontiguous 92 104 109 125 83 104 0 0 284 334
Alaska 32 31 40 38 16 17 0 0 87 86
Hawaii 60 74 69 87 68 88 0 0 197 248
U.S. Total 11,351 11,342 10,777 10,778 5,068 5,206 61 64 27,257 27,390

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.