Electric Power Monthly

Data for October 2016  |  Release Date: December 23, 2016  |  Next Release: January 25, 2017 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, October 2016 and 2015 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
October 2016 October 2015 October 2016 October 2015 October 2016 October 2015 October 2016 October 2015 October 2016 October 2015
New England 603 611 639 651 167 196 3 4 1,412 1,462
Connecticut 164 170 158 160 33 38 1 1 357 371
Maine 54 55 38 41 21 29 0 0 113 125
Massachusetts 258 258 324 329 72 88 1 2 656 676
New Hampshire 60 57 52 53 21 21 0 0 133 131
Rhode Island 41 45 41 43 8 8 0.41 0.38 91 96
Vermont 26 26 24 24 12 12 0 0 62 62
Middle Atlantic 1,473 1,471 1,596 1,644 404 438 33 38 3,506 3,592
New Jersey 288 276 367 369 55 61 2 3 712 709
New York 678 691 909 946 80 94 26 30 1,693 1,762
Pennsylvania 506 504 321 329 269 283 5 5 1,101 1,120
East North Central 1,617 1,596 1,510 1,469 1,063 1,124 3 3 4,193 4,193
Illinois 373 388 360 364 229 230 3 3 965 984
Indiana 255 249 200 188 243 267 0.16 0.15 698 703
Michigan 372 330 353 328 167 174 0.04 0.04 892 832
Ohio 398 418 389 382 269 302 0.19 0.19 1,057 1,102
Wisconsin 219 212 208 207 154 152 0.00 0.00 581 571
West North Central 791 762 766 739 479 505 0.31 0.28 2,036 2,006
Iowa 108 100 89 84 98 102 0 0 296 286
Kansas 116 102 133 124 63 67 0 0 312 293
Minnesota 195 191 186 180 125 125 0.18 0.16 506 496
Missouri 230 232 207 207 64 87 0.13 0.12 501 527
Nebraska 70 70 67 64 58 58 0 0 195 191
North Dakota 36 32 47 45 53 48 0 0 136 125
South Dakota 37 36 37 36 17 17 0 0 91 89
South Atlantic 2,978 2,927 2,349 2,398 728 778 9 8 6,064 6,111
Delaware 48 42 36 39 15 16 0 0 100 97
District of Columbia 23 21 79 67 1 2 3 2 107 93
Florida 1,147 1,150 736 771 106 112 1 1 1,990 2,035
Georgia 451 414 370 371 147 152 1 1 968 938
Maryland 242 236 266 263 24 24 3 3 536 526
North Carolina 423 429 336 347 139 153 0.04 0.05 898 929
South Carolina 250 244 163 173 132 146 0 0 545 563
Virginia 316 316 303 310 93 106 1 1 713 733
West Virginia 78 75 59 57 71 66 0 0 208 197
East South Central 952 854 789 754 488 495 0 0 2,229 2,103
Alabama 286 243 218 201 170 158 0 0 673 602
Kentucky 183 173 150 147 127 135 0 0 460 456
Mississippi 164 153 123 126 84 86 0 0 371 365
Tennessee 319 284 298 280 107 116 0 0 725 680
West South Central 1,904 1,846 1,342 1,358 768 843 1 1 4,015 4,048
Arkansas 139 127 87 86 78 83 0.00 0.00 304 296
Louisiana 252 235 189 186 147 162 0.09 0.08 588 583
Oklahoma 182 159 135 129 70 77 0 0 387 365
Texas 1,332 1,325 931 958 473 521 1 1 2,736 2,804
Mountain 806 847 778 773 444 451 1 1 2,029 2,072
Arizona 316 311 267 258 79 81 0.05 0.05 662 650
Colorado 161 169 169 171 93 97 1 1 424 438
Idaho 56 54 39 39 35 35 0 0 131 128
Montana 38 35 42 40 17 19 0 0 97 94
Nevada 86 123 76 74 76 69 0.05 0.06 238 266
New Mexico 60 63 72 76 34 41 0 0 165 180
Utah 67 71 83 86 47 46 0.50 0.47 196 205
Wyoming 22 21 31 29 62 62 0 0 115 112
Pacific Contiguous 1,374 1,619 1,877 2,202 608 810 7 8 3,866 4,639
California 991 1,259 1,553 1,885 455 649 7 7 3,006 3,801
Oregon 147 140 123 118 61 64 0.18 0.19 330 322
Washington 236 220 202 198 92 97 0.05 0.04 530 516
Pacific Noncontiguous 98 98 109 111 88 88 0 0 295 298
Alaska 35 33 41 39 20 17 0 0 95 89
Hawaii 63 65 68 72 69 72 0 0 200 209
U.S. Total 12,595 12,633 11,755 12,100 5,237 5,728 58 63 29,645 30,524

See Technical notes for additional information on the Commercial, Industrial, and Transportation sectors.
Notes: - See Glossary for definitions. - Values for 2015 are final. Values for 2016 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.