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Data for February 2014  |  Release Date: April 22, 2014  |  Next Release: May 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 February 2014 and 2013 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
February 2014 YTD February 2013 YTD February 2014 YTD February 2013 YTD February 2014 YTD February 2013 YTD February 2014 YTD February 2013 YTD February 2014 YTD February 2013 YTD
New England 1,657 1,381 1,421 1,053 380 539 11 8 3,470 2,981
Connecticut 498 420 379 320 77 68 5 3 960 811
Maine 135 124 96 82 60 43 0 0 290 250
Massachusetts 685 542 677 419 155 347 NM 4 1,522 1,312
New Hampshire 158 141 123 106 43 38 0 0 323 285
Rhode Island 108 85 98 80 21 19 1 1 227 185
Vermont 73 68 49 46 25 24 0 0 147 139
Middle Atlantic 4,243 3,640 3,811 3,288 1,079 822 90 88 9,222 7,838
New Jersey 758 706 869 731 168 127 6 5 1,801 1,569
New York 1,934 1,605 2,160 1,882 223 151 72 71 4,388 3,709
Pennsylvania 1,551 1,329 782 675 688 544 13 12 3,033 2,561
East North Central 4,429 3,915 2,957 2,730 2,178 2,027 9 7 9,573 8,678
Illinois 912 836 736 638 474 405 8 6 2,130 1,885
Indiana 776 640 389 363 507 485 0.40 0.40 1,673 1,489
Michigan 896 834 656 640 386 367 0.16 0.08 1,937 1,842
Ohio 1,258 1,065 756 688 526 498 1 1 2,541 2,252
Wisconsin 586 538 421 400 285 272 0 0 1,292 1,210
West North Central 2,209 1,958 1,460 1,346 897 857 4 1 4,570 4,161
Iowa 311 281 176 160 173 168 0 0 660 609
Kansas 286 243 236 219 124 114 0 0 646 576
Minnesota 526 483 354 327 248 239 0.42 0.32 1,129 1,049
Missouri 692 593 404 379 145 149 0.30 0.27 1,241 1,120
Nebraska 189 175 131 122 108 101 0 0 429 399
North Dakota 102 91 88 75 69 59 0 0 260 225
South Dakota 103 92 71 63 29 27 3 0 206 182
South Atlantic 7,738 6,370 4,748 4,330 1,503 1,366 21 19 14,011 12,085
Delaware 124 120 81 71 35 36 0 0 240 228
District of Columbia 53 42 182 147 4 2 5 5 244 196
Florida 2,179 1,810 1,374 1,298 212 200 1 1 3,767 3,309
Georgia 1,223 941 794 675 336 274 2 2 2,355 1,891
Maryland 800 655 581 513 61 51 9 8 1,452 1,228
North Carolina 1,304 1,085 663 610 262 246 0.13 0.10 2,229 1,940
South Carolina 736 584 349 308 286 252 0 0 1,371 1,145
Virginia 1,045 898 614 601 188 178 3 3 1,849 1,680
West Virginia 273 234 111 108 120 127 0.08 0.07 504 468
East South Central 2,681 2,119 1,495 1,349 1,025 1,068 0.04 0.04 5,201 4,536
Alabama 740 581 397 354 329 301 0 0 1,466 1,235
Kentucky 586 477 295 264 298 372 0 0 1,179 1,113
Mississippi 417 318 236 199 177 160 0 0 829 676
Tennessee 938 743 568 533 221 235 0.04 0.04 1,727 1,511
West South Central 4,307 3,377 2,421 2,246 1,487 1,358 2 1 8,217 6,981
Arkansas 336 291 143 140 147 146 NM NM 625 577
Louisiana 529 436 346 327 274 291 0.17 0.17 1,150 1,054
Oklahoma 391 321 226 195 139 119 0 0 757 636
Texas 3,051 2,328 1,706 1,584 927 801 2 1 5,685 4,714
Mountain 1,625 1,665 1,295 1,245 781 732 2 2 3,703 3,644
Arizona 452 497 392 385 129 119 0 0 973 1,001
Colorado 366 356 300 286 171 164 1 1 838 807
Idaho 158 160 77 70 57 55 0 0 292 285
Montana 107 101 79 77 37 35 0 0 224 213
Nevada 198 199 121 112 112 102 0.11 0.10 431 414
New Mexico 136 136 131 125 70 66 0 0 336 327
Utah 147 156 136 132 91 89 1 1 375 378
Wyoming 61 59 59 59 113 101 0 0 233 219
Pacific Contiguous 3,433 3,534 3,140 2,825 1,075 987 9 8 7,658 7,355
California 2,306 2,455 2,488 2,202 761 701 9 8 5,563 5,365
Oregon 417 398 237 219 113 101 0.38 0.36 768 718
Washington 710 682 415 405 201 186 0.09 0.08 1,326 1,273
Pacific Noncontiguous 234 232 255 244 208 206 0 0 697 683
Alaska 77 73 83 73 35 35 0 0 196 182
Hawaii 156 159 172 171 173 171 0 0 501 501
U.S. Total 32,555 28,190 23,004 20,657 10,614 9,963 148 133 66,321 58,943

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.