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Data for February 2016  |  Release Date: April 28, 2016  |  Next Release: May 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 February 2016 and 2015 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
February 2016 YTD February 2015 YTD February 2016 YTD February 2015 YTD February 2016 YTD February 2015 YTD February 2016 YTD February 2015 YTD February 2016 YTD February 2015 YTD
New England 1,609 1,911 1,322 1,507 342 374 9 13 3,282 3,805
Connecticut 465 566 327 369 67 73 3 6 862 1,014
Maine 159 152 84 101 45 52 0 0 288 305
Massachusetts 676 839 662 749 147 161 5 6 1,489 1,755
New Hampshire 147 173 109 123 40 42 0 0 297 338
Rhode Island 96 109 92 117 17 22 1 1 207 250
Vermont 66 71 48 49 25 24 0 0 139 144
Middle Atlantic 3,554 4,092 3,082 3,469 827 913 73 84 7,537 8,558
New Jersey 702 774 731 794 110 136 5 6 1,547 1,711
New York 1,401 1,783 1,645 1,935 164 199 58 71 3,267 3,987
Pennsylvania 1,452 1,535 706 739 554 579 11 8 2,723 2,860
East North Central 4,177 4,484 2,870 2,969 2,033 2,095 7 10 9,088 9,558
Illinois 914 995 707 743 424 449 6 8 2,052 2,195
Indiana 664 740 364 383 471 491 0.38 0.41 1,498 1,615
Michigan 861 856 640 650 325 336 0.10 0.09 1,826 1,842
Ohio 1,188 1,330 739 774 526 532 1 1 2,454 2,637
Wisconsin 551 562 421 420 287 287 0.00 0 1,258 1,269
West North Central 2,033 2,102 1,477 1,463 889 910 1 1 4,399 4,475
Iowa 286 290 171 172 179 182 0 0 637 644
Kansas 273 279 244 238 127 127 0 0 644 644
Minnesota 492 486 364 350 223 233 0.47 0.47 1,079 1,069
Missouri 603 666 396 404 123 140 0.26 0.28 1,122 1,210
Nebraska 184 181 134 133 107 107 0 0 425 421
North Dakota 96 99 96 93 99 91 0 0 291 283
South Dakota 98 100 73 73 31 30 0 0 202 204
South Atlantic 7,128 7,597 4,567 4,720 1,376 1,507 18 22 13,089 13,846
Delaware 116 138 74 74 26 34 0 0 216 246
District of Columbia 57 65 174 159 3 3 5 6 239 233
Florida 1,995 2,061 1,302 1,355 204 219 1 1 3,503 3,636
Georgia 1,052 1,139 701 739 267 305 1 2 2,021 2,184
Maryland 766 833 526 563 50 57 7 10 1,350 1,462
North Carolina 1,190 1,268 652 654 249 271 0.09 0.13 2,091 2,193
South Carolina 666 706 343 350 248 281 0 0 1,257 1,337
Virginia 999 1,117 669 714 191 204 3 3 1,861 2,038
West Virginia 287 270 127 113 137 133 0 0 551 515
East South Central 2,283 2,519 1,389 1,454 882 970 0 0 4,554 4,943
Alabama 648 706 378 389 292 316 0 0 1,318 1,411
Kentucky 517 558 284 287 240 265 0 0 1,041 1,109
Mississippi 333 384 205 231 154 175 0 0 692 789
Tennessee 785 871 522 548 196 214 0 0 1,503 1,633
West South Central 3,524 3,949 2,263 2,384 1,396 1,479 2 2 7,184 7,814
Arkansas 295 320 144 144 139 141 0.01 0.01 578 605
Louisiana 422 478 312 334 263 290 0.15 0.15 998 1,103
Oklahoma 342 373 201 215 120 138 0 0 663 725
Texas 2,464 2,778 1,607 1,691 873 912 2 2 4,946 5,382
Mountain 1,685 1,634 1,300 1,333 753 792 2 2 3,740 3,761
Arizona 500 458 408 397 129 132 0.07 0.08 1,037 987
Colorado 354 359 280 299 159 166 1 1 795 825
Idaho 162 151 79 80 57 57 0 0 297 289
Montana 106 108 82 89 34 36 0 0 223 234
Nevada 201 210 113 131 108 123 0.10 0.12 423 464
New Mexico 138 146 127 137 62 68 0 0 327 351
Utah 161 143 151 139 90 94 1 1 402 377
Wyoming 64 59 60 60 113 116 0 0 237 235
Pacific Contiguous 3,605 3,350 3,024 3,044 990 1,063 12 13 7,630 7,470
California 2,535 2,374 2,365 2,415 707 766 11 12 5,617 5,567
Oregon 393 370 235 226 103 107 0.38 0.36 732 704
Washington 677 606 424 403 180 190 0.10 0.07 1,281 1,199
Pacific Noncontiguous 189 209 203 226 149 170 0 0 542 605
Alaska 79 80 85 86 32 32 0 0 196 198
Hawaii 111 129 118 140 117 138 0 0 345 407
U.S. Total 29,787 31,846 21,498 22,568 9,637 10,273 124 147 61,046 64,834

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.