Electric Power Monthly

Data for January 2014  |  Release Date: March 21, 2014  |  Next Release: April 21, 2014 
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Table 5.5.B. Revenue from Retail Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, Year-to-Date through January 2014 and 2013 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
January 2014 YTD January 2013 YTD January 2014 YTD January 2013 YTD January 2014 YTD January 2013 YTD January 2014 YTD January 2013 YTD January 2014 YTD January 2013 YTD
New England 860 712 701 522 186 263 6 4 1,753 1,501
Connecticut 251 214 179 158 36 34 3 2 469 408
Maine 74 67 50 42 30 21 0 0 154 130
Massachusetts 355 279 335 208 77 168 NM 2 769 657
New Hampshire 80 71 61 52 20 19 0 0 160 141
Rhode Island 62 45 51 39 9 9 0.44 0.29 122 92
Vermont 39 36 25 24 13 13 0 0 78 73
Middle Atlantic 2,144 1,864 1,888 1,635 550 412 46 43 4,628 3,954
New Jersey 407 381 447 364 95 67 3 2 952 814
New York 947 804 1,048 926 104 74 36 35 2,135 1,839
Pennsylvania 790 679 393 344 352 272 7 6 1,541 1,302
East North Central 2,341 2,079 1,529 1,405 1,108 1,024 4 3 4,982 4,512
Illinois 467 436 386 323 232 203 3 3 1,088 965
Indiana 408 339 200 191 260 246 0.21 0.20 868 776
Michigan 490 457 340 330 195 180 0.08 0.04 1,024 966
Ohio 664 561 390 357 278 257 0.37 0.31 1,333 1,175
Wisconsin 312 287 213 205 143 138 0 0 668 630
West North Central 1,165 1,042 748 684 452 431 0.37 0.32 2,366 2,158
Iowa 166 153 90 82 87 84 0 0 342 320
Kansas 153 132 122 111 63 57 0 0 338 300
Minnesota 277 256 182 168 126 122 0.21 0.17 586 546
Missouri 363 315 207 192 73 74 0.16 0.15 643 581
Nebraska 101 92 67 61 55 51 0 0 223 204
North Dakota 51 46 44 37 34 30 0 0 130 113
South Dakota 53 48 36 32 15 14 0 0 104 94
South Atlantic 4,110 3,341 2,512 2,216 790 688 12 10 7,423 6,255
Delaware 65 63 41 37 18 18 0 0 123 118
District of Columbia 28 20 98 72 1 1 3 2 129 96
Florida 1,102 949 691 659 107 100 1 1 1,901 1,708
Georgia 676 487 432 347 183 140 1 1 1,292 974
Maryland 429 346 306 267 34 27 5 4 775 645
North Carolina 695 579 353 315 128 119 0.06 0.05 1,175 1,014
South Carolina 398 313 194 155 155 128 0 0 747 597
Virginia 564 465 338 310 101 88 1 2 1,005 864
West Virginia 154 119 60 53 62 65 0.04 0.03 276 238
East South Central 1,392 1,132 770 696 533 550 0.02 0.02 2,695 2,377
Alabama 406 308 213 181 174 154 0 0 792 643
Kentucky 310 252 154 135 157 192 0 0 621 579
Mississippi 210 169 118 100 91 82 0 0 419 351
Tennessee 467 403 285 279 112 122 0.02 0.02 864 804
West South Central 2,155 1,872 1,240 1,162 741 694 1 1 4,138 3,728
Arkansas 169 154 72 71 74 73 NM NM 315 298
Louisiana 265 236 172 166 137 148 0.09 0.07 574 549
Oklahoma 199 169 113 97 69 61 0 0 381 328
Texas 1,522 1,313 884 828 461 412 1 1 2,867 2,554
Mountain 889 920 671 637 403 373 1 1 1,964 1,931
Arizona 250 275 203 195 65 61 0 0 518 532
Colorado 195 190 154 146 87 83 1 0.49 437 419
Idaho 87 91 41 37 30 29 0 0 158 157
Montana 57 55 42 39 19 18 0 0 118 112
Nevada 114 116 65 57 61 53 0.05 0.05 240 226
New Mexico 73 73 67 64 37 34 0 0 177 171
Utah 80 87 71 67 47 46 1 1 199 201
Wyoming 32 33 29 31 57 50 0 0 118 113
Pacific Contiguous 1,880 1,977 1,618 1,431 533 493 5 4 4,036 3,906
California 1,292 1,396 1,289 1,111 375 349 4 4 2,961 2,861
Oregon 220 222 120 115 56 52 0.20 0.18 396 388
Washington 368 360 209 205 101 93 0.04 0.04 678 657
Pacific Noncontiguous 125 128 130 128 107 111 0 0 362 368
Alaska 43 40 42 37 18 19 0 0 103 96
Hawaii 82 88 88 91 89 93 0 0 259 272
U.S. Total 17,060 15,068 11,808 10,515 5,403 5,040 75 67 34,346 30,690

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.