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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, November 2015 and 2014 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
November 2015 November 2014 November 2015 November 2014 November 2015 November 2014 November 2015 November 2014 November 2015 November 2014
New England 593 628 587 586 173 178 4 4 1,357 1,397
Connecticut 167 185 147 152 34 35 2 2 349 374
Maine 55 59 39 39 24 25 0 0 118 123
Massachusetts 247 258 288 280 76 81 2 3 613 621
New Hampshire 56 60 49 48 20 18 0 0 125 125
Rhode Island 40 38 41 43 8 8 0.39 0.32 91 90
Vermont 27 29 23 24 12 12 0 0 61 65
Middle Atlantic 1,405 1,528 1,581 1,569 421 416 35 39 3,440 3,552
New Jersey 280 310 375 353 62 55 2 2 720 719
New York 617 700 888 898 104 95 27 32 1,636 1,725
Pennsylvania 508 518 317 318 255 267 5 5 1,085 1,108
East North Central 1,694 1,901 1,381 1,450 1,006 1,136 3 4 4,085 4,491
Illinois 416 457 338 363 198 243 3 4 954 1,067
Indiana 242 301 171 191 234 277 0.17 0.18 648 768
Michigan 356 372 312 322 166 199 0.04 0.04 834 893
Ohio 451 528 365 371 269 277 0.31 0.36 1,085 1,177
Wisconsin 230 243 194 203 140 140 0 0 564 585
West North Central 769 849 702 708 459 483 0.27 0.33 1,930 2,039
Iowa 99 107 80 77 93 85 0 0 271 269
Kansas 104 113 116 118 62 71 0 0 283 302
Minnesota 189 207 166 174 114 122 0.17 0.22 470 504
Missouri 237 267 198 198 73 80 0.10 0.11 508 545
Nebraska 66 72 64 65 55 58 0 0 186 196
North Dakota 37 43 44 42 46 50 0 0 127 135
South Dakota 37 40 33 33 16 17 0 0 86 89
South Atlantic 2,774 2,897 2,232 2,309 717 778 9 9 5,733 5,993
Delaware 46 45 38 35 14 15 0 0 98 94
District of Columbia 17 17 78 79 1 2 3 3 99 101
Florida 1,067 941 743 727 114 105 1 1 1,925 1,774
Georgia 367 441 317 368 130 161 1 1 814 971
Maryland 251 275 263 240 27 28 4 4 545 545
North Carolina 382 424 297 306 134 143 0.05 0.05 813 874
South Carolina 226 258 155 170 143 152 0 0 524 580
Virginia 335 402 289 330 91 106 1 1 716 839
West Virginia 83 95 53 53 64 66 0 0 200 215
East South Central 790 901 672 695 455 490 0.00 0.00 1,916 2,085
Alabama 225 264 177 186 145 159 0 0 548 609
Kentucky 174 206 130 137 123 144 0 0 427 487
Mississippi 129 142 110 118 84 84 0 0 323 344
Tennessee 261 289 254 252 102 103 0.00 0.00 618 645
West South Central 1,363 1,504 1,134 1,204 713 843 1 1 3,211 3,551
Arkansas 104 114 75 75 76 82 0.00 0.01 255 271
Louisiana 174 182 164 166 140 150 0.08 0.09 478 498
Oklahoma 133 151 106 121 68 80 0 0 307 353
Texas 952 1,056 790 842 429 531 1 1 2,171 2,429
Mountain 713 706 673 685 401 394 1 1 1,788 1,786
Arizona 212 204 202 206 67 68 0.03 0 482 479
Colorado 164 163 158 163 87 87 1 1 409 413
Idaho 67 72 38 40 28 29 0 0 134 141
Montana 42 41 41 39 17 19 0 0 100 99
Nevada 76 76 62 65 60 51 0.05 0.06 199 192
New Mexico 56 53 69 69 36 39 0 0 161 161
Utah 73 72 73 73 47 45 0.47 0.45 194 191
Wyoming 23 24 29 29 57 57 0 0 109 111
Pacific Contiguous 1,562 1,395 1,694 1,635 630 650 6 5 3,892 3,686
California 1,117 998 1,373 1,339 482 488 5 5 2,977 2,831
Oregon 171 169 120 116 58 61 0.18 0.18 349 346
Washington 275 227 201 180 90 101 0.04 0.03 566 508
Pacific Noncontiguous 98 110 109 127 83 103 0 0 291 340
Alaska 37 36 42 42 17 17 0 0 96 95
Hawaii 62 74 67 85 66 86 0 0 195 245
U.S. Total 11,761 12,417 10,764 10,967 5,057 5,470 59 65 27,641 28,920

See Technical notes for additional information on the Commercial, Industrial, and Transportation sectors.
Notes: - See Glossary for definitions. - Values for 2014 are final. Values for 2015 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.