Electric Power Monthly

Data for May 2015  |  Release Date: July 27, 2015  |  Next Release: August 25, 2015 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Retail Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, May 2015 and 2014 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
May 2015 May 2014 May 2015 May 2014 May 2015 May 2014 May 2015 May 2014 May 2015 May 2014
New England 637 587 614 570 178 170 4 4 1,433 1,331
Connecticut 185 175 162 152 30 35 1 2 379 363
Maine 56 51 42 37 24 23 0 0 122 111
Massachusetts 273 239 293 269 83 73 2 NM 651 584
New Hampshire 59 57 51 49 19 19 0 0 130 125
Rhode Island 40 38 42 39 9 9 0.42 0.33 91 87
Vermont 25 27 24 24 12 11 0 0 61 62
Middle Atlantic 1,450 1,449 1,579 1,589 390 435 35 40 3,454 3,513
New Jersey 329 267 410 387 66 66 2 3 808 723
New York 622 711 837 886 58 87 27 32 1,544 1,715
Pennsylvania 499 472 333 316 265 283 5 5 1,102 1,075
East North Central 1,665 1,635 1,496 1,455 1,091 1,115 3 3 4,255 4,207
Illinois 402 378 361 355 205 219 3 2 971 955
Indiana 249 253 189 192 260 264 0.16 0.15 698 709
Michigan 337 346 349 336 194 219 0.04 0.09 881 901
Ohio 457 442 392 371 281 262 0.24 0.21 1,130 1,076
Wisconsin 219 215 205 200 151 151 0 0 576 566
West North Central 777 823 757 767 495 486 0.28 0.26 2,030 2,076
Iowa 109 109 84 85 94 97 0 0 287 291
Kansas 108 117 128 131 83 71 0 0 319 319
Minnesota 183 191 179 178 117 118 0.17 0.15 480 487
Missouri 249 271 229 236 82 86 0.11 0.12 561 594
Nebraska 64 68 66 66 59 62 0 0 189 196
North Dakota 31 33 40 40 45 36 0 0 116 109
South Dakota 33 34 31 32 16 15 0 0 79 81
South Atlantic 3,047 2,964 2,473 2,476 824 809 10 9 6,354 6,258
Delaware 40 38 32 34 20 17 0 0 92 89
District of Columbia 17 18 84 90 6 1 3 NM 109 112
Florida 1,138 1,103 775 789 120 113 1 1 2,034 2,005
Georgia 469 464 388 394 159 166 1 1 1,017 1,025
Maryland 260 250 276 271 28 29 4 4 569 554
North Carolina 431 435 338 344 157 156 0.05 0.05 925 934
South Carolina 258 263 184 184 155 157 0 0 597 604
Virginia 357 324 339 318 109 106 1 1 806 749
West Virginia 77 69 57 52 70 64 0.02 0.02 205 185
East South Central 863 867 731 742 511 532 0.00 0.01 2,105 2,141
Alabama 274 261 209 203 182 181 0 0 664 645
Kentucky 180 186 142 146 136 150 0 0 459 481
Mississippi 142 139 119 118 87 91 0 0 348 348
Tennessee 267 281 262 276 106 110 0.00 0.01 635 667
West South Central 1,605 1,591 1,220 1,302 767 841 1 1 3,593 3,734
Arkansas 109 109 78 75 80 78 0.00 NM 267 263
Louisiana 202 206 175 184 145 175 0.09 0.09 521 564
Oklahoma 157 164 118 133 76 79 0 0 351 376
Texas 1,138 1,112 849 910 466 509 1 1 2,454 2,531
Mountain 792 833 761 790 462 474 1 1 2,016 2,099
Arizona 294 323 260 274 80 83 0.06 0 634 680
Colorado 157 161 163 170 87 95 0.48 1 407 427
Idaho 59 52 38 37 55 55 0 0 152 145
Montana 37 35 40 37 18 17 0 0 94 89
Nevada 109 117 77 82 72 72 0.06 0.06 258 271
New Mexico 54 56 73 76 39 42 0 0 165 174
Utah 62 68 81 83 53 50 0.43 1 196 202
Wyoming 20 21 29 31 60 59 0 0 109 111
Pacific Contiguous 1,364 1,407 1,725 1,821 546 537 6 6 3,640 3,770
California 1,023 1,049 1,432 1,528 394 382 5 6 2,854 2,965
Oregon 134 137 113 113 65 60 0.18 0.18 313 310
Washington 207 221 180 179 87 95 0.03 0.03 474 495
Pacific Noncontiguous 88 107 110 131 82 113 0 0 280 351
Alaska 30 28 40 37 15 17 0 0 85 83
Hawaii 59 79 70 94 67 95 0 0 196 268
U.S. Total 12,291 12,263 11,466 11,642 5,344 5,511 59 64 29,160 29,480

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.