Electric Power Monthly

Data for September 2016  |  Release Date: November 29, 2016  |  Next Release: December 23, 2016 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, September 2016 and 2015 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
September 2016 September 2015 September 2016 September 2015 September 2016 September 2015 September 2016 September 2015 September 2016 September 2015
New England 817 792 724 720 179 198 4 4 1,723 1,715
Connecticut 228 228 184 182 38 39 2 2 451 450
Maine 64 59 45 43 22 25 0 0 131 126
Massachusetts 365 348 365 366 77 91 1 2 808 808
New Hampshire 75 70 60 58 22 23 0 0 157 151
Rhode Island 56 60 45 46 8 8 0.42 0.41 110 114
Vermont 29 28 25 26 12 12 0 0 66 66
Middle Atlantic 2,058 1,967 1,920 1,958 435 460 38 38 4,451 4,423
New Jersey 441 423 437 441 60 61 2 2 939 928
New York 937 910 1,131 1,155 89 104 30 31 2,188 2,200
Pennsylvania 680 634 352 362 286 294 6 5 1,324 1,295
East North Central 2,027 1,992 1,622 1,600 1,081 1,178 3 3 4,733 4,774
Illinois 481 485 400 402 232 251 3 3 1,116 1,141
Indiana 326 308 215 205 239 277 0.15 0.16 781 791
Michigan 445 414 367 343 176 180 0.04 0.04 988 937
Ohio 534 527 418 417 271 306 0.20 0.20 1,222 1,250
Wisconsin 241 258 222 233 163 165 0.00 0.00 626 656
West North Central 1,028 1,006 872 852 541 551 0.41 0.37 2,442 2,410
Iowa 136 140 99 99 132 112 0 0 367 351
Kansas 164 157 145 142 66 75 0 0 375 374
Minnesota 221 217 210 196 130 128 0.21 0.18 561 541
Missouri 341 328 256 257 72 99 0.20 0.19 669 685
Nebraska 93 90 77 76 69 73 0 0 239 239
North Dakota 33 33 45 44 53 47 0 0 131 124
South Dakota 40 40 40 38 18 19 0 0 98 96
South Atlantic 3,956 3,732 2,605 2,608 767 808 8 9 7,336 7,157
Delaware 61 54 34 38 14 16 0 0 109 108
District of Columbia 35 29 76 87 1 1 3 2 115 119
Florida 1,380 1,387 794 824 110 120 1 1 2,285 2,332
Georgia 676 594 427 407 162 160 1 1 1,267 1,162
Maryland 319 287 280 265 24 32 3 3 626 587
North Carolina 600 566 398 393 151 159 0.05 0.06 1,149 1,117
South Carolina 352 325 205 204 141 153 0 0 698 683
Virginia 436 409 329 334 92 100 1 1 858 845
West Virginia 97 80 61 57 71 67 0 0 229 203
East South Central 1,281 1,130 897 871 497 565 0 0 2,674 2,566
Alabama 391 334 245 231 170 185 0 0 806 749
Kentucky 246 222 169 167 130 147 0 0 544 536
Mississippi 198 201 130 143 85 96 0 0 413 440
Tennessee 445 373 353 331 112 137 0 0 910 840
West South Central 2,441 2,442 1,482 1,507 805 901 1 1 4,729 4,851
Arkansas 182 175 98 100 90 97 0.01 0.00 370 372
Louisiana 311 305 207 207 153 178 0.10 0.09 671 690
Oklahoma 238 231 154 161 76 87 0 0 469 480
Texas 1,710 1,730 1,022 1,038 487 540 1 1 3,219 3,309
Mountain 1,016 1,099 830 858 479 518 1 1 2,325 2,476
Arizona 412 448 293 304 81 86 0.05 0.06 786 838
Colorado 202 199 185 186 99 103 1 1 486 489
Idaho 52 52 38 39 52 56 0 0 141 147
Montana 38 38 41 40 18 20 0 0 97 97
Nevada 133 172 69 79 86 105 0.06 0.07 288 355
New Mexico 74 79 83 85 35 42 0 0 192 206
Utah 85 90 92 97 50 49 0.47 0.48 227 236
Wyoming 20 21 29 30 58 57 0 0 107 107
Pacific Contiguous 1,894 2,084 2,096 2,328 829 838 6 7 4,826 5,258
California 1,545 1,738 1,779 2,018 673 672 6 7 4,002 4,435
Oregon 135 131 111 113 61 68 0.19 0.19 307 312
Washington 214 215 207 198 95 99 0.05 0.04 517 512
Pacific Noncontiguous 94 103 109 116 86 90 0 0 289 308
Alaska 30 30 41 40 16 16 0 0 87 86
Hawaii 64 73 68 76 70 74 0 0 202 222
U.S. Total 16,611 16,347 13,156 13,420 5,698 6,107 63 63 35,528 35,937

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.