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Data for April 2014  |  Release Date: June 23, 2014  |  Next Release: July 25, 2014 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Retail Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, April 2014 and 2013 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
April 2014 April 2013 April 2014 April 2013 April 2014 April 2013 April 2014 April 2013 April 2014 April 2013
New England 638 557 573 466 165 255 NM NM 1,379 1,282
Connecticut 189 173 150 150 35 36 0.37 1 374 361
Maine 55 48 36 34 23 21 0 0 114 103
Massachusetts 263 219 275 180 70 160 NM NM 611 561
New Hampshire 62 58 50 47 18 18 0 0 130 123
Rhode Island 40 31 39 32 9 8 0.29 0.30 88 71
Vermont 29 28 23 24 11 12 0 0 62 63
Middle Atlantic 1,539 1,439 1,570 1,459 438 394 39 39 3,586 3,331
New Jersey 284 270 376 339 68 57 3 3 731 668
New York 715 654 873 806 84 70 31 31 1,703 1,562
Pennsylvania 540 514 321 314 286 267 6 6 1,152 1,101
East North Central 1,580 1,567 1,358 1,323 1,025 1,023 3 3 3,966 3,917
Illinois 346 338 328 319 201 200 3 3 878 860
Indiana 247 246 180 172 251 248 0.16 0.18 678 667
Michigan 343 346 315 309 188 190 0.09 0.04 847 845
Ohio 422 414 337 326 246 247 0.33 0.26 1,005 988
Wisconsin 222 224 198 196 139 138 0 0 559 557
West North Central 781 781 690 656 456 434 0.27 0.27 1,927 1,870
Iowa 118 114 84 77 95 83 0 0 298 273
Kansas 96 99 114 109 67 56 0 0 277 265
Minnesota 197 197 173 162 116 118 0.16 0.14 487 477
Missouri 222 225 186 185 71 77 0.11 0.13 479 487
Nebraska 69 71 62 59 58 56 0 0 189 187
North Dakota 39 36 39 34 34 29 0 0 112 100
South Dakota 39 38 33 30 15 14 0 0 86 82
South Atlantic 2,695 2,625 2,246 2,106 743 695 9 9 5,694 5,435
Delaware 44 42 36 32 15 18 0 0 95 92
District of Columbia 20 16 80 73 1 1 3 NM 104 93
Florida 942 912 724 680 111 105 1 1 1,777 1,698
Georgia 393 378 353 336 156 147 1 1 904 862
Maryland 255 228 255 226 27 25 4 4 541 482
North Carolina 419 415 315 294 132 130 0.06 0.05 866 839
South Carolina 226 225 161 145 146 129 0 0 534 499
Virginia 321 329 276 274 93 83 1 1 692 687
West Virginia 74 80 47 46 62 58 0.03 0.03 182 184
East South Central 852 847 692 660 489 528 0.02 0.02 2,032 2,034
Alabama 228 230 178 174 159 152 0 0 565 557
Kentucky 179 179 135 125 129 184 0 0 443 488
Mississippi 137 136 110 104 91 83 0 0 338 324
Tennessee 307 302 269 256 110 108 0.02 0.02 686 666
West South Central 1,435 1,419 1,172 1,145 834 731 1 1 3,441 3,296
Arkansas 114 118 70 70 80 75 NM NM 263 263
Louisiana 185 174 174 156 172 142 0.09 0.08 532 473
Oklahoma 145 147 113 108 74 70 0 0 332 325
Texas 990 980 815 811 509 444 1 1 2,314 2,235
Mountain 703 688 678 663 428 392 1 1 1,810 1,745
Arizona 230 231 221 225 69 63 0 0 520 519
Colorado 156 151 155 147 93 84 1 1 404 383
Idaho 56 53 36 33 37 34 0 0 129 119
Montana 39 40 37 37 18 17 0 0 94 94
Nevada 88 81 66 64 69 61 0.05 0.05 223 206
New Mexico 51 49 66 64 42 36 0 0 159 149
Utah 60 60 68 66 48 43 1 0.48 177 170
Wyoming 23 23 28 28 53 53 0 0 103 104
Pacific Contiguous 1,023 1,333 1,548 1,495 561 513 7 4 3,139 3,345
California 621 930 1,246 1,205 410 365 6 4 2,284 2,504
Oregon 148 140 110 106 56 55 0.17 0.16 314 301
Washington 254 263 191 184 96 93 0.04 0.04 541 540
Pacific Noncontiguous 104 111 125 127 104 104 0 0 334 342
Alaska 31 33 38 37 17 18 0 0 86 87
Hawaii 74 79 87 90 88 86 0 0 248 255
U.S. Total 11,349 11,368 10,652 10,100 5,244 5,069 64 62 27,308 26,598

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.