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Data for April 2014  |  Release Date: June 23, 2014  |  Next Release: July 25, 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 April 2014 and 2013 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
April 2014 YTD April 2013 YTD April 2014 YTD April 2013 YTD April 2014 YTD April 2013 YTD April 2014 YTD April 2013 YTD April 2014 YTD April 2013 YTD
New England 3,050 2,573 2,670 2,038 739 1,062 18 15 6,478 5,688
Connecticut 914 780 699 621 148 136 8 6 1,768 1,545
Maine 256 228 178 154 117 87 0 0 551 469
Massachusetts 1,260 1,018 1,283 813 305 680 NM 8 2,857 2,520
New Hampshire 290 261 227 200 81 73 0 0 598 534
Rhode Island 195 159 185 156 41 36 1 1 423 353
Vermont 136 126 98 94 47 48 0 0 281 268
Middle Atlantic 7,731 6,735 7,245 6,337 2,019 1,632 171 167 17,167 14,871
New Jersey 1,405 1,303 1,693 1,445 318 247 12 10 3,428 3,006
New York 3,543 2,985 4,078 3,575 397 293 136 133 8,155 6,986
Pennsylvania 2,783 2,447 1,474 1,317 1,305 1,092 23 24 5,584 4,880
East North Central 7,993 7,376 5,808 5,459 4,334 4,103 16 13 18,150 16,952
Illinois 1,673 1,555 1,443 1,280 916 810 13 11 4,045 3,657
Indiana 1,348 1,199 761 723 1,023 992 1 1 3,133 2,915
Michigan 1,669 1,592 1,310 1,283 783 747 0.33 0.17 3,762 3,622
Ohio 2,238 2,020 1,467 1,377 1,042 1,004 1 1 4,748 4,402
Wisconsin 1,064 1,009 828 797 570 551 0 0 2,462 2,357
West North Central 3,964 3,667 2,884 2,689 1,837 1,747 4 1 8,689 8,105
Iowa 568 528 347 318 364 337 0 0 1,279 1,183
Kansas 506 458 468 440 257 230 0 0 1,231 1,128
Minnesota 964 900 716 658 500 482 1 1 2,180 2,041
Missouri 1,206 1,110 786 759 289 304 1 1 2,282 2,174
Nebraska 345 329 258 243 230 221 0 0 834 794
North Dakota 187 169 171 146 137 119 0 0 496 434
South Dakota 187 173 138 124 59 55 3 0 388 352
South Atlantic 13,694 12,048 9,356 8,646 3,018 2,779 40 38 26,109 23,511
Delaware 223 207 154 134 67 71 0 0 444 412
District of Columbia 96 82 349 307 7 5 10 10 463 403
Florida 4,080 3,609 2,803 2,629 433 407 3 3 7,319 6,647
Georgia 2,092 1,783 1,513 1,364 649 570 4 4 4,259 3,721
Maryland 1,400 1,180 1,129 989 120 104 17 16 2,666 2,288
North Carolina 2,273 2,016 1,309 1,216 534 505 0.24 0.19 4,116 3,737
South Carolina 1,256 1,079 682 615 584 513 0 0 2,522 2,207
Virginia 1,814 1,661 1,206 1,184 379 352 5 5 3,405 3,203
West Virginia 458 430 212 209 246 252 0.15 0.14 916 892
East South Central 4,599 3,962 2,903 2,676 2,040 2,144 0.08 0.07 9,542 8,782
Alabama 1,251 1,089 760 704 662 610 0 0 2,673 2,403
Kentucky 1,006 881 572 524 569 751 0 0 2,147 2,155
Mississippi 718 603 458 404 360 324 0 0 1,537 1,330
Tennessee 1,623 1,389 1,113 1,043 449 460 0.08 0.07 3,185 2,893
West South Central 7,422 6,290 4,787 4,504 3,108 2,783 3 3 15,320 13,579
Arkansas 594 546 283 279 301 294 NM NM 1,179 1,119
Louisiana 924 806 687 645 586 578 0.35 0.34 2,198 2,029
Oklahoma 712 630 455 411 286 256 0 0 1,454 1,297
Texas 5,190 4,308 3,361 3,169 1,934 1,655 3 2 10,489 9,135
Mountain 3,053 3,067 2,652 2,551 1,620 1,506 5 4 7,329 7,128
Arizona 884 939 819 812 266 245 0 0 1,969 1,995
Colorado 691 671 613 582 353 332 2 2 1,659 1,587
Idaho 278 274 150 136 124 118 0 0 552 528
Montana 196 185 157 151 73 69 0 0 426 405
Nevada 375 364 254 238 246 219 0.21 0.19 876 821
New Mexico 243 242 264 253 152 139 0 0 658 634
Utah 276 284 278 263 186 175 2 2 741 724
Wyoming 111 108 117 116 220 209 0 0 448 434
Pacific Contiguous 5,938 6,354 6,255 5,766 2,177 2,008 20 17 14,390 14,145
California 3,926 4,410 4,978 4,554 1,555 1,423 20 16 10,478 10,403
Oregon 733 704 464 434 227 211 1 1 1,425 1,350
Washington 1,279 1,240 813 778 396 374 0.16 0.16 2,487 2,392
Pacific Noncontiguous 454 457 511 497 423 416 0 0 1,388 1,369
Alaska 145 140 162 146 70 70 0 0 377 357
Hawaii 309 317 349 351 353 345 0 0 1,011 1,012
U.S. Total 57,897 52,530 45,072 41,162 21,315 20,180 278 258 124,562 114,130

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.