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Data for March 2015  |  Release Date: May 26, 2015  |  Next Release: June 26, 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 March 2015 and 2014 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD March 2015 YTD March 2014 YTD
New England 2,791 2,411 2,247 2,083 576 570 20 15 5,634 5,079
Connecticut 822 724 559 527 112 111 5 7 1,498 1,370
Maine 210 201 141 142 88 92 0 0 439 436
Massachusetts 1,234 995 1,119 1,015 244 236 13 NM 2,610 2,252
New Hampshire 258 227 184 178 63 63 0 0 505 468
Rhode Island 162 155 172 147 33 32 1 1 369 335
Vermont 105 108 72 74 36 37 0 0 213 219
Middle Atlantic 6,005 6,188 5,264 5,690 1,405 1,580 128 132 12,801 13,589
New Jersey 1,141 1,122 1,215 1,318 203 249 9 9 2,568 2,697
New York 2,623 2,823 2,937 3,207 300 312 104 105 5,963 6,448
Pennsylvania 2,241 2,243 1,112 1,165 902 1,018 15 17 4,270 4,444
East North Central 6,467 6,412 4,474 4,454 3,214 3,312 12 12 14,168 14,189
Illinois 1,440 1,326 1,122 1,115 710 715 10 10 3,282 3,167
Indiana 1,071 1,101 582 581 750 772 1 1 2,404 2,455
Michigan 1,252 1,326 976 996 511 593 0.14 0.24 2,739 2,916
Ohio 1,898 1,816 1,164 1,128 807 804 1 1 3,869 3,750
Wisconsin 806 842 630 633 437 427 0 0 1,874 1,902
West North Central 3,001 3,182 2,171 2,219 1,382 1,355 1 1 6,554 6,757
Iowa 419 449 255 266 277 266 0 0 950 981
Kansas 395 410 357 354 191 190 0 0 943 954
Minnesota 699 767 525 562 351 364 1 1 1,575 1,693
Missouri 945 984 594 600 210 217 0.42 0.44 1,749 1,802
Nebraska 260 276 196 198 171 171 0 0 627 644
North Dakota 141 148 137 133 136 102 0 0 413 383
South Dakota 143 149 108 106 45 44 0 0 296 299
South Atlantic 10,985 10,992 7,012 7,110 2,216 2,275 27 30 20,241 20,406
Delaware 196 179 106 119 58 51 0 0 361 349
District of Columbia 84 77 252 269 6 6 6 8 348 359
Florida 3,125 3,137 2,065 2,079 331 322 2 2 5,523 5,541
Georgia 1,596 1,698 1,069 1,160 437 493 2 3 3,104 3,354
Maryland 1,137 1,145 850 874 84 92 12 14 2,083 2,125
North Carolina 1,853 1,853 970 994 394 402 0.19 0.19 3,217 3,249
South Carolina 1,013 1,026 508 521 413 438 0 0 1,934 1,984
Virginia 1,604 1,493 1,025 929 296 286 5 4 2,930 2,712
West Virginia 378 384 165 165 198 184 0.11 0.11 741 734
East South Central 3,635 3,741 2,161 2,208 1,449 1,547 0.01 0.06 7,245 7,496
Alabama 999 1,023 575 582 475 502 0 0 2,049 2,107
Kentucky 796 827 426 438 396 440 0 0 1,618 1,705
Mississippi 562 576 345 344 257 265 0 0 1,165 1,186
Tennessee 1,278 1,316 816 844 320 340 0.01 0.06 2,414 2,499
West South Central 5,780 5,777 3,593 3,613 2,174 2,274 3 2 11,550 11,667
Arkansas 481 481 217 214 210 222 0.01 NM 909 916
Louisiana 701 739 500 513 418 414 0.24 0.26 1,620 1,666
Oklahoma 543 567 319 342 207 212 0 0 1,069 1,121
Texas 4,055 3,991 2,557 2,544 1,339 1,426 2 2 7,953 7,963
Mountain 2,381 2,340 2,017 1,960 1,205 1,161 3 3 5,607 5,465
Arizona 679 653 609 596 199 192 0.12 0 1,487 1,441
Colorado 523 531 457 455 252 244 2 2 1,234 1,231
Idaho 214 222 118 114 89 87 0 0 421 423
Montana 153 157 130 120 52 55 0 0 336 332
Nevada 303 287 195 181 195 178 0.17 0.16 693 646
New Mexico 206 190 207 197 107 104 0 0 520 490
Utah 215 213 209 207 137 135 1 1 563 556
Wyoming 87 88 92 90 174 166 0 0 353 345
Pacific Contiguous 4,847 4,871 4,810 4,669 1,521 1,475 18 17 11,196 11,033
California 3,435 3,261 3,861 3,689 1,068 1,010 18 16 8,381 7,977
Oregon 534 585 343 356 167 168 1 1 1,045 1,110
Washington 877 1,024 606 624 287 298 0.11 0.13 1,770 1,946
Pacific Noncontiguous 304 349 337 387 255 318 0 0 896 1,054
Alaska 116 114 128 125 49 53 0 0 293 292
Hawaii 187 235 209 262 207 265 0 0 603 762
U.S. Total 46,195 46,263 34,085 34,392 15,399 15,867 213 214 95,892 96,735

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.