Electric Power Monthly

Data for February 2014  |  Release Date: April 22, 2014  |  Next Release: May 21, 2014 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Retail Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, February 2014 and 2013 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
February 2014 February 2013 February 2014 February 2013 February 2014 February 2013 February 2014 February 2013 February 2014 February 2013
New England 797 669 720 532 195 275 5 4 1,716 1,480
Connecticut 247 205 200 162 42 34 2 2 491 403
Maine 61 58 45 41 29 22 0 0 136 120
Massachusetts 330 263 342 211 78 179 NM 2 753 655
New Hampshire 78 71 62 54 22 19 0 0 163 144
Rhode Island 46 41 47 41 12 10 0.35 0.30 105 92
Vermont 34 31 24 22 11 12 0 0 69 66
Middle Atlantic 2,099 1,776 1,923 1,653 529 410 44 44 4,594 3,884
New Jersey 351 325 422 367 74 60 3 3 850 754
New York 987 801 1,112 956 119 78 35 36 2,253 1,870
Pennsylvania 761 650 389 331 336 272 6 6 1,492 1,259
East North Central 2,088 1,835 1,429 1,324 1,070 1,003 5 3 4,591 4,166
Illinois 445 401 350 315 242 202 5 3 1,042 920
Indiana 368 302 189 172 247 239 0.19 0.20 805 713
Michigan 406 378 316 311 191 187 0.08 0.04 913 876
Ohio 594 504 366 331 247 241 0.34 0.29 1,207 1,076
Wisconsin 274 251 208 195 142 133 0 0 624 580
West North Central 1,045 915 712 662 445 426 3 0.27 2,205 2,003
Iowa 145 128 86 78 87 84 0 0 318 289
Kansas 133 110 114 109 61 57 0 0 308 276
Minnesota 249 227 172 159 122 117 0.21 0.16 543 503
Missouri 329 278 196 187 72 75 0.15 0.12 598 540
Nebraska 88 83 65 61 53 50 0 0 206 195
North Dakota 51 45 44 37 35 30 0 0 130 112
South Dakota 50 44 35 31 15 13 3 0 102 88
South Atlantic 3,628 3,029 2,236 2,115 714 678 10 9 6,588 5,831
Delaware 60 57 40 35 17 18 0 0 117 110
District of Columbia 25 22 85 75 3 1 NM 2 115 99
Florida 1,078 862 683 639 105 99 1 1 1,865 1,601
Georgia 548 454 362 328 152 134 1 1 1,063 917
Maryland 371 309 275 246 27 24 4 4 677 583
North Carolina 609 506 310 294 134 127 0.06 0.05 1,054 926
South Carolina 338 271 155 153 132 124 0 0 625 548
Virginia 481 434 276 291 87 90 1 1 845 816
West Virginia 119 115 51 54 57 61 0.04 0.04 228 230
East South Central 1,288 987 726 653 492 518 0.02 0.02 2,506 2,159
Alabama 335 273 184 173 155 147 0 0 674 592
Kentucky 276 226 141 128 141 180 0 0 557 534
Mississippi 207 149 118 99 86 78 0 0 411 326
Tennessee 471 340 283 254 109 114 0.02 0.02 863 707
West South Central 2,151 1,505 1,181 1,084 746 664 1 1 4,079 3,253
Arkansas 167 137 71 69 73 73 NM NM 310 279
Louisiana 264 201 174 161 138 144 0.08 0.10 575 505
Oklahoma 192 152 114 98 70 58 0 0 376 308
Texas 1,529 1,015 823 756 465 389 1 1 2,818 2,161
Mountain 736 745 624 608 378 359 1 1 1,739 1,713
Arizona 202 221 190 190 64 57 0 0 455 469
Colorado 171 166 146 140 84 81 1 0.44 401 388
Idaho 71 68 36 33 27 27 0 0 134 128
Montana 50 47 38 37 18 18 0 0 106 101
Nevada 84 84 56 55 51 49 0.06 0.05 191 188
New Mexico 63 63 64 60 33 32 0 0 160 156
Utah 66 69 65 64 45 44 1 0.49 176 177
Wyoming 30 27 30 29 56 51 0 0 115 106
Pacific Contiguous 1,554 1,557 1,521 1,394 542 494 5 4 3,622 3,449
California 1,014 1,059 1,198 1,091 386 352 4 4 2,602 2,504
Oregon 198 176 117 104 56 49 0.18 0.17 372 329
Washington 342 322 206 199 100 93 0.04 0.04 648 615
Pacific Noncontiguous 109 104 125 116 101 95 0 0 335 315
Alaska 35 33 41 36 18 17 0 0 93 85
Hawaii 74 71 84 81 84 78 0 0 242 229
U.S. Total 15,495 13,122 11,196 10,141 5,211 4,923 74 66 31,975 28,253

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.