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Data for April 2016  |  Release Date: June 24, 2016  |  Next Release: July 25, 2016 
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Table 5.5.B. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, Year-to-Date through April 2016 and 2015 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
April 2016 YTD April 2015 YTD April 2016 YTD April 2015 YTD April 2016 YTD April 2015 YTD April 2016 YTD April 2015 YTD April 2016 YTD April 2015 YTD
New England 2,962 3,531 2,570 2,887 672 750 17 25 6,222 7,193
Connecticut 866 1,047 644 724 136 147 7 12 1,653 1,930
Maine 250 268 159 179 85 110 0 0 494 558
Massachusetts 1,260 1,550 1,279 1,431 290 321 9 11 2,837 3,313
New Hampshire 281 329 214 238 80 83 0 0 575 650
Rhode Island 182 206 180 219 34 42 2 2 398 469
Vermont 123 132 94 95 47 46 0 0 264 274
Middle Atlantic 6,475 7,460 6,022 6,747 1,623 1,832 139 162 14,259 16,201
New Jersey 1,263 1,407 1,432 1,575 220 262 9 11 2,924 3,255
New York 2,641 3,275 3,251 3,739 329 395 109 130 6,330 7,538
Pennsylvania 2,571 2,778 1,339 1,433 1,074 1,175 20 21 5,005 5,407
East North Central 7,531 8,004 5,643 5,813 4,099 4,225 14 17 17,287 18,058
Illinois 1,674 1,812 1,376 1,453 854 905 12 14 3,917 4,183
Indiana 1,165 1,290 716 753 949 994 1 1 2,831 3,037
Michigan 1,588 1,569 1,270 1,280 671 680 0.18 0.18 3,529 3,529
Ohio 2,096 2,311 1,457 1,500 1,052 1,065 1 2 4,607 4,879
Wisconsin 1,008 1,022 823 826 572 581 0.01 0 2,404 2,429
West North Central 3,613 3,728 2,880 2,854 1,780 1,851 1 1 8,274 8,435
Iowa 522 523 333 332 360 370 0 0 1,216 1,225
Kansas 476 488 479 472 253 256 0 0 1,208 1,216
Minnesota 893 884 712 691 446 472 1 1 2,052 2,048
Missouri 1,047 1,153 769 780 238 280 0.50 1 2,055 2,214
Nebraska 325 325 258 258 231 230 0 0 814 813
North Dakota 172 176 185 180 190 182 0 0 547 538
South Dakota 178 179 143 140 62 61 0 0 383 379
South Atlantic 12,650 13,722 8,911 9,250 2,736 2,950 35 39 24,332 25,960
Delaware 208 241 140 143 50 63 0 0 398 447
District of Columbia 102 115 323 319 6 7 10 11 440 452
Florida 3,840 4,174 2,627 2,816 408 446 3 3 6,877 7,439
Georgia 1,844 1,974 1,373 1,406 533 576 3 3 3,752 3,958
Maryland 1,317 1,405 1,016 1,091 95 112 15 16 2,442 2,625
North Carolina 2,056 2,242 1,269 1,281 498 532 0.17 0.24 3,824 4,055
South Carolina 1,141 1,226 660 665 487 551 0 0 2,287 2,443
Virginia 1,679 1,899 1,266 1,313 383 401 5 6 3,333 3,618
West Virginia 464 446 238 215 277 262 0 0 979 923
East South Central 3,951 4,445 2,720 2,853 1,765 1,926 0 0 8,436 9,225
Alabama 1,132 1,229 749 761 594 634 0 0 2,476 2,624
Kentucky 876 964 552 558 482 526 0 0 1,909 2,048
Mississippi 584 696 397 457 304 342 0 0 1,285 1,496
Tennessee 1,359 1,556 1,022 1,077 385 425 0 0 2,765 3,057
West South Central 6,293 7,222 4,487 4,793 2,794 2,950 3 3 13,578 14,969
Arkansas 521 590 284 290 276 282 0.01 0.02 1,081 1,162
Louisiana 762 872 629 660 539 552 0.34 0.32 1,930 2,085
Oklahoma 628 682 404 429 241 277 0 0 1,273 1,388
Texas 4,382 5,078 3,170 3,415 1,738 1,839 3 3 9,293 10,334
Mountain 3,107 3,100 2,630 2,723 1,521 1,628 4 4 7,262 7,455
Arizona 960 928 848 839 263 267 0.14 0.16 2,072 2,034
Colorado 667 674 571 610 324 339 2 2 1,563 1,626
Idaho 283 269 153 155 120 136 0 0 556 560
Montana 192 193 162 170 65 70 0 0 419 433
Nevada 365 393 231 269 216 258 0.20 0.23 812 921
New Mexico 237 258 250 276 131 143 0 0 618 676
Utah 291 276 298 282 175 183 2 2 766 743
Wyoming 113 108 116 121 227 232 0 0 456 462
Pacific Contiguous 6,340 6,027 6,181 6,272 2,121 2,246 24 25 14,666 14,570
California 4,408 4,219 4,898 5,021 1,560 1,639 23 24 10,889 10,904
Oregon 709 685 462 455 207 224 1 1 1,379 1,365
Washington 1,223 1,123 821 796 355 382 0.18 0.15 2,399 2,301
Pacific Noncontiguous 364 399 405 447 300 339 0 0 1,069 1,184
Alaska 145 148 169 168 67 65 0 0 381 380
Hawaii 219 251 236 279 233 274 0 0 688 804
U.S. Total 53,287 57,639 42,449 44,638 19,411 20,697 238 277 115,385 123,251

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.