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Data for May 2015  |  Release Date: July 27, 2015  |  Next Release: August 25, 2015 
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Table 5.5.B. Revenue from Retail Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, Year-to-Date through May 2015 and 2014 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
May 2015 YTD May 2014 YTD May 2015 YTD May 2014 YTD May 2015 YTD May 2014 YTD May 2015 YTD May 2014 YTD May 2015 YTD May 2014 YTD
New England 4,158 3,635 3,499 3,247 933 910 30 24 8,620 7,817
Connecticut 1,228 1,088 889 836 178 181 8 11 2,303 2,116
Maine 319 307 221 216 140 139 0 0 680 663
Massachusetts 1,820 1,498 1,723 1,570 404 380 20 NM 3,967 3,459
New Hampshire 388 347 289 277 102 100 0 0 779 724
Rhode Island 246 233 259 226 50 51 2 2 557 512
Vermont 157 163 119 121 58 58 0 0 334 343
Middle Atlantic 8,911 9,176 8,363 8,864 2,217 2,455 196 210 19,687 20,705
New Jersey 1,745 1,672 1,991 2,088 329 382 14 15 4,077 4,156
New York 3,898 4,249 4,612 4,965 451 483 157 168 9,117 9,866
Pennsylvania 3,269 3,254 1,760 1,811 1,437 1,589 25 28 6,492 6,683
East North Central 9,676 9,627 7,326 7,274 5,315 5,453 19 18 22,335 22,372
Illinois 2,213 2,050 1,813 1,801 1,109 1,137 16 15 5,150 5,003
Indiana 1,550 1,601 945 953 1,257 1,287 1 1 3,754 3,842
Michigan 1,906 2,016 1,630 1,648 874 1,000 0.21 0.42 4,410 4,664
Ohio 2,765 2,680 1,906 1,841 1,343 1,312 2 2 6,016 5,836
Wisconsin 1,241 1,279 1,032 1,031 732 718 0 0 3,005 3,028
West North Central 4,507 4,786 3,611 3,677 2,344 2,298 2 2 10,464 10,762
Iowa 633 676 416 434 464 459 0 0 1,513 1,570
Kansas 596 623 600 599 339 328 0 0 1,536 1,550
Minnesota 1,067 1,154 871 914 589 598 1 1 2,528 2,667
Missouri 1,404 1,477 1,009 1,022 362 375 1 1 2,776 2,874
Nebraska 389 413 324 326 288 291 0 0 1,001 1,029
North Dakota 207 221 219 212 226 173 0 0 652 606
South Dakota 211 222 171 171 76 74 0 0 459 466
South Atlantic 16,724 16,651 11,730 11,836 3,782 3,827 47 49 32,282 32,362
Delaware 274 261 173 189 91 84 0 0 538 534
District of Columbia 124 114 412 439 14 8 12 13 561 574
Florida 5,312 5,182 3,591 3,592 566 545 4 4 9,473 9,323
Georgia 2,443 2,555 1,794 1,908 735 815 4 4 4,975 5,282
Maryland 1,635 1,650 1,369 1,403 140 149 20 21 3,164 3,223
North Carolina 2,672 2,707 1,619 1,653 688 690 0.30 0.29 4,980 5,049
South Carolina 1,484 1,516 849 865 706 741 0 0 3,039 3,122
Virginia 2,256 2,138 1,651 1,524 509 484 7 7 4,424 4,153
West Virginia 523 527 272 263 332 310 0.16 0.17 1,128 1,100
East South Central 5,312 5,460 3,583 3,642 2,437 2,568 0.02 0.09 11,331 11,670
Alabama 1,503 1,512 970 963 816 843 0 0 3,288 3,318
Kentucky 1,146 1,192 699 718 662 718 0 0 2,507 2,629
Mississippi 839 852 576 572 429 447 0 0 1,844 1,871
Tennessee 1,824 1,904 1,338 1,389 530 559 0.02 0.09 3,692 3,852
West South Central 8,827 8,798 5,980 6,094 3,662 3,948 4 4 18,473 18,844
Arkansas 699 704 368 359 362 379 0.02 NM 1,429 1,442
Louisiana 1,074 1,130 835 871 697 761 0.41 0.43 2,606 2,763
Oklahoma 839 876 547 588 353 365 0 0 1,739 1,829
Texas 6,215 6,089 4,230 4,276 2,251 2,443 4 4 12,699 12,811
Mountain 3,884 3,877 3,473 3,434 2,093 2,056 5 6 9,456 9,372
Arizona 1,214 1,205 1,095 1,093 347 343 0.22 0 2,656 2,642
Colorado 831 848 772 784 426 427 3 3 2,032 2,062
Idaho 328 330 193 188 190 180 0 0 712 697
Montana 229 231 210 195 88 90 0 0 527 516
Nevada 502 491 340 326 332 320 0.28 0.27 1,174 1,137
New Mexico 312 298 348 340 183 185 0 0 844 823
Utah 338 341 364 360 236 233 2 3 940 936
Wyoming 129 133 150 149 292 278 0 0 571 559
Pacific Contiguous 7,355 7,298 8,208 8,101 2,609 2,534 31 29 18,202 17,962
California 5,205 4,929 6,662 6,527 1,850 1,762 30 28 13,746 13,246
Oregon 820 870 570 579 290 283 1 1 1,680 1,734
Washington 1,330 1,500 976 995 469 488 0.18 0.20 2,776 2,982
Pacific Noncontiguous 484 561 556 643 421 535 0 0 1,460 1,739
Alaska 178 173 207 200 80 87 0 0 465 460
Hawaii 306 387 348 443 341 448 0 0 995 1,279
U.S. Total 69,837 69,868 56,328 56,812 25,812 26,585 333 342 152,310 153,606

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.