Electric Power Monthly

Data for March 2015  |  Release Date: May 26, 2015  |  Next Release: June 26, 2015 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Retail Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, March 2015 and 2014 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
March 2015 March 2014 March 2015 March 2014 March 2015 March 2014 March 2015 March 2014 March 2015 March 2014
New England 883 756 739 676 202 193 6 4 1,830 1,630
Connecticut 258 226 189 171 39 36 2 2 488 434
Maine 58 66 40 46 36 34 0 0 134 146
Massachusetts 395 312 370 331 83 80 4 NM 853 725
New Hampshire 85 70 61 55 22 20 0 0 167 145
Rhode Island 53 48 56 49 11 11 0.50 0.31 120 108
Vermont 34 35 24 25 11 12 0 0 69 72
Middle Atlantic 1,911 1,950 1,796 1,867 494 499 44 42 4,244 4,358
New Jersey 356 364 415 448 66 81 3 3 840 896
New York 843 894 1,003 1,047 102 90 33 34 1,982 2,065
Pennsylvania 711 692 378 371 326 328 8 5 1,423 1,397
East North Central 1,980 1,984 1,500 1,494 1,120 1,129 3 3 4,603 4,610
Illinois 446 414 379 379 262 241 3 3 1,089 1,037
Indiana 325 325 197 192 257 265 0.21 0.19 780 782
Michigan 396 430 326 340 175 209 0.05 0.08 897 978
Ohio 569 558 388 373 276 271 0.35 0.40 1,233 1,202
Wisconsin 244 257 210 210 150 144 0 0 604 611
West North Central 899 974 707 743 473 475 0.37 0.33 2,079 2,191
Iowa 128 138 83 88 95 95 0 0 305 321
Kansas 116 124 118 119 65 66 0 0 299 309
Minnesota 213 240 174 195 119 129 0.23 0.19 506 565
Missouri 279 292 190 196 70 72 0.14 0.14 539 561
Nebraska 79 87 63 65 64 64 0 0 207 216
North Dakota 41 46 44 44 45 34 0 0 130 124
South Dakota 43 46 34 35 15 15 0 0 92 95
South Atlantic 3,432 3,254 2,282 2,361 702 779 8 10 6,424 6,404
Delaware 66 54 34 38 16 16 0 0 116 109
District of Columbia 26 24 84 86 2 2 1 NM 114 115
Florida 1,064 959 710 705 112 110 1 1 1,887 1,775
Georgia 456 476 331 367 132 157 1 1 920 1,001
Maryland 333 346 284 292 28 31 3 4 648 674
North Carolina 585 544 316 330 123 146 0.06 0.06 1,024 1,021
South Carolina 307 292 159 172 132 153 0 0 597 617
Virginia 487 448 311 316 91 98 1 1 891 863
West Virginia 108 111 52 54 65 64 0.04 0.04 226 230
East South Central 1,116 1,067 707 716 479 526 0.00 0.02 2,302 2,309
Alabama 293 283 186 185 159 173 0 0 638 641
Kentucky 237 241 139 143 132 142 0 0 508 526
Mississippi 178 165 114 112 83 92 0 0 375 370
Tennessee 407 378 267 276 106 118 0.00 0.02 781 772
West South Central 1,829 1,680 1,220 1,194 722 787 1 1 3,772 3,662
Arkansas 161 145 73 71 70 75 0.00 NM 305 291
Louisiana 223 210 166 167 129 140 0.08 0.09 517 517
Oklahoma 170 175 104 116 69 73 0 0 344 364
Texas 1,274 1,149 876 840 455 499 1 1 2,606 2,489
Mountain 751 718 690 675 411 400 1 1 1,854 1,794
Arizona 226 201 214 205 67 66 0.04 0 507 472
Colorado 165 167 158 157 86 84 1 1 410 408
Idaho 62 64 38 37 32 30 0 0 132 131
Montana 45 50 41 40 16 18 0 0 102 108
Nevada 93 88 68 65 71 65 0.06 0.05 233 219
New Mexico 61 55 70 67 37 38 0 0 167 160
Utah 72 67 71 72 43 45 0.49 0.48 186 184
Wyoming 28 27 31 30 58 54 0 0 118 112
Pacific Contiguous 1,511 1,455 1,672 1,566 520 492 6 5 3,708 3,519
California 1,076 973 1,353 1,241 363 337 6 5 2,798 2,556
Oregon 164 168 116 117 60 57 0.18 0.18 340 343
Washington 272 314 202 208 97 98 0.04 0.04 571 620
Pacific Noncontiguous 97 116 112 131 85 110 0 0 294 357
Alaska 36 37 42 41 17 18 0 0 95 96
Hawaii 61 79 69 90 69 93 0 0 199 262
U.S. Total 14,409 13,952 11,425 11,423 5,206 5,391 70 67 31,110 30,833

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.