Electric Power Monthly

Data for February 2015  |  Release Date: April 27, 2015  |  Next Release: May 26, 2015 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Retail Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, February 2015 and 2014 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
February 2015 February 2014 February 2015 February 2014 February 2015 February 2014 February 2015 February 2014 February 2015 February 2014
New England 963 797 767 699 197 191 6 5 1,933 1,691
Connecticut 292 247 186 178 38 39 2 2 517 467
Maine 73 61 49 46 27 28 0 0 149 135
Massachusetts 423 330 384 342 86 78 4 NM 897 753
New Hampshire 85 78 63 62 22 22 0 0 170 163
Rhode Island 56 46 61 47 12 12 0.49 0.35 130 105
Vermont 34 34 24 24 12 11 0 0 69 69
Middle Atlantic 2,029 2,094 1,779 1,923 488 525 43 44 4,339 4,586
New Jersey 379 351 405 422 71 73 3 3 857 849
New York 884 982 1,006 1,112 111 118 37 35 2,038 2,247
Pennsylvania 765 761 368 389 306 334 3 6 1,443 1,490
East North Central 2,151 2,088 1,452 1,430 1,046 1,072 5 5 4,655 4,594
Illinois 486 445 359 350 226 242 4 5 1,075 1,042
Indiana 357 368 184 189 238 247 0.20 0.19 779 805
Michigan 392 406 324 317 179 190 0.05 0.08 895 913
Ohio 652 594 382 365 260 251 0.38 0.34 1,294 1,210
Wisconsin 264 274 204 208 143 141 0 0 611 624
West North Central 1,001 1,044 711 719 455 437 0.36 0.35 2,166 2,201
Iowa 133 145 83 87 93 86 0 0 309 318
Kansas 132 133 117 114 63 61 0 0 312 308
Minnesota 226 249 166 178 115 116 0.23 0.21 507 543
Missouri 329 329 199 196 69 72 0.14 0.15 597 598
Nebraska 84 88 66 65 54 52 0 0 204 205
North Dakota 49 51 44 44 46 35 0 0 139 130
South Dakota 47 50 36 35 15 15 0 0 98 99
South Atlantic 3,703 3,636 2,326 2,236 765 706 10 9 6,803 6,587
Delaware 66 60 35 40 22 17 0 0 124 117
District of Columbia 29 25 84 85 2 3 2 NM 117 115
Florida 996 1,078 660 683 108 105 1 1 1,764 1,865
Georgia 562 548 363 362 152 152 1 1 1,077 1,062
Maryland 402 371 281 275 28 27 4 4 715 677
North Carolina 618 616 321 311 142 127 0.06 0.06 1,081 1,054
South Carolina 340 339 172 155 143 130 0 0 655 625
Virginia 555 481 352 276 105 87 2 1 1,014 844
West Virginia 136 119 56 51 63 57 0.04 0.04 255 228
East South Central 1,254 1,289 720 726 481 492 0.00 0.02 2,455 2,506
Alabama 348 335 191 184 155 155 0 0 695 674
Kentucky 280 276 143 141 134 141 0 0 557 557
Mississippi 188 207 114 118 86 86 0 0 389 411
Tennessee 437 471 272 283 105 109 0.00 0.02 814 863
West South Central 1,836 1,945 1,167 1,174 713 746 1 1 3,717 3,865
Arkansas 155 167 72 71 71 73 0.00 NM 298 310
Louisiana 232 264 163 174 141 138 0.07 0.08 536 575
Oklahoma 179 192 107 114 67 70 0 0 353 376
Texas 1,271 1,323 825 815 433 465 1 1 2,530 2,604
Mountain 711 734 643 620 385 368 1 1 1,740 1,723
Arizona 196 201 186 189 64 62 0.04 0 446 453
Colorado 166 170 146 145 82 78 1 1 396 393
Idaho 63 71 40 36 29 27 0 0 132 134
Montana 47 50 41 38 18 18 0 0 106 106
Nevada 85 84 65 54 57 52 0.05 0.06 207 189
New Mexico 66 63 66 63 34 30 0 0 165 156
Utah 62 66 69 65 44 44 1 1 177 175
Wyoming 27 30 29 30 56 56 0 0 112 115
Pacific Contiguous 1,489 1,545 1,527 1,508 494 493 7 5 3,517 3,551
California 1,039 1,005 1,213 1,184 347 337 7 5 2,605 2,532
Oregon 164 198 109 118 52 56 0.18 0.18 325 371
Washington 286 342 205 206 95 99 0.04 0.04 587 648
Pacific Noncontiguous 94 109 108 125 79 101 0 0 281 335
Alaska 38 35 42 41 16 18 0 0 96 93
Hawaii 57 74 66 84 63 84 0 0 186 242
U.S. Total 15,231 15,279 11,199 11,160 5,101 5,129 73 71 31,605 31,639

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.