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Data for April 2016  |  Release Date: June 24, 2016  |  Next Release: July 25, 2016 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, April 2016 and 2015 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
April 2016 April 2015 April 2016 April 2015 April 2016 April 2015 April 2016 April 2015 April 2016 April 2015
New England 654 735 604 641 159 174 4 6 1,421 1,556
Connecticut 190 221 156 167 34 35 2 3 382 427
Maine 52 58 34 39 17 23 0 0 103 119
Massachusetts 282 314 298 312 70 77 2 3 652 706
New Hampshire 64 71 51 54 19 20 0 0 134 145
Rhode Island 41 44 42 46 8 8 0.43 0.40 92 99
Vermont 26 27 22 23 10 11 0 0 59 61
Middle Atlantic 1,366 1,458 1,419 1,526 389 423 32 34 3,206 3,441
New Jersey 263 275 336 366 52 60 2 2 652 703
New York 587 653 778 844 84 92 25 26 1,474 1,616
Pennsylvania 517 531 305 316 253 271 5 5 1,080 1,123
East North Central 1,589 1,544 1,357 1,357 1,007 1,013 3 4 3,956 3,918
Illinois 360 371 332 331 208 194 3 3 903 899
Indiana 237 228 172 173 235 247 0.16 0.16 644 648
Michigan 345 317 309 305 168 169 0.04 0.04 822 791
Ohio 427 412 350 352 257 260 0.27 0.45 1,034 1,024
Wisconsin 221 216 194 196 138 144 0.00 0 553 556
West North Central 735 730 689 685 428 469 0.28 0.28 1,852 1,883
Iowa 108 105 78 77 87 94 0 0 272 276
Kansas 97 93 118 116 63 65 0 0 278 273
Minnesota 187 185 171 167 108 120 0.17 0.16 467 473
Missouri 203 209 184 186 57 71 0.11 0.12 444 466
Nebraska 66 65 61 62 57 58 0 0 183 185
North Dakota 37 36 43 43 41 46 0 0 121 125
South Dakota 37 36 34 33 15 15 0 0 87 84
South Atlantic 2,581 2,691 2,146 2,247 706 742 9 9 5,442 5,689
Delaware 42 37 31 35 12 13 0 0 85 85
District of Columbia 22 23 67 76 1 2 3 3 93 104
Florida 911 1,049 663 750 103 115 1 1 1,677 1,916
Georgia 374 378 336 336 134 139 1 1 845 854
Maryland 246 239 231 243 24 28 4 3 505 513
North Carolina 380 389 306 311 134 138 0.04 0.05 820 838
South Carolina 215 213 160 157 127 138 0 0 501 508
Virginia 312 294 298 288 101 105 1 1 712 689
West Virginia 80 68 55 49 70 64 0 0 205 182
East South Central 770 813 664 692 440 477 0 0 1,874 1,982
Alabama 230 230 188 186 155 159 0 0 573 575
Kentucky 167 170 134 132 120 129 0 0 421 431
Mississippi 116 134 94 113 74 84 0 0 284 331
Tennessee 257 279 248 261 91 104 0 0 596 645
West South Central 1,347 1,442 1,108 1,177 692 734 1 1 3,149 3,354
Arkansas 104 108 70 72 67 72 0.00 0.00 242 253
Louisiana 161 171 157 160 137 134 0.09 0.08 456 465
Oklahoma 138 140 102 110 61 70 0 0 301 319
Texas 943 1,024 780 835 427 458 1 1 2,150 2,318
Mountain 699 711 662 696 389 426 1 1 1,751 1,834
Arizona 242 241 223 227 68 68 0.04 0.04 534 536
Colorado 151 150 143 153 83 87 0.50 1 378 391
Idaho 55 56 36 37 35 47 0 0 126 139
Montana 41 40 39 40 16 18 0 0 96 98
Nevada 77 90 58 68 56 65 0.05 0.06 191 222
New Mexico 47 52 61 69 33 38 0 0 141 158
Utah 63 61 75 73 42 46 0.45 0.41 180 180
Wyoming 23 22 27 29 56 58 0 0 106 109
Pacific Contiguous 1,115 1,149 1,533 1,606 560 611 6 7 3,215 3,373
California 734 752 1,237 1,302 423 458 6 7 2,400 2,519
Oregon 141 151 109 113 52 57 0.18 0.18 302 322
Washington 240 246 188 191 86 96 0.04 0.04 514 532
Pacific Noncontiguous NM 92 99 109 75 83 0 0 260 285
Alaska NM 32 41 40 17 16 0 0 NM 87
Hawaii 54 60 58 69 58 68 0 0 170 197
U.S. Total 10,942 11,366 10,281 10,735 4,845 5,153 56 61 26,126 27,315

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.