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Data for February 2015  |  Release Date: April 27, 2015  |  Next Release: May 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 February 2015 and 2014 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
February 2015 YTD February 2014 YTD February 2015 YTD February 2014 YTD February 2015 YTD February 2014 YTD February 2015 YTD February 2014 YTD February 2015 YTD February 2014 YTD
New England 1,909 1,655 1,508 1,406 374 377 13 11 3,804 3,450
Connecticut 564 498 370 357 73 75 3 5 1,011 935
Maine 152 135 101 96 52 58 0 0 305 289
Massachusetts 838 683 748 684 161 155 9 NM 1,757 1,528
New Hampshire 173 158 123 123 42 43 0 0 338 323
Rhode Island 109 108 116 98 22 21 1 1 249 227
Vermont 71 73 49 49 24 25 0 0 144 147
Middle Atlantic 4,094 4,238 3,468 3,823 911 1,081 84 90 8,557 9,231
New Jersey 785 758 801 869 137 168 6 6 1,728 1,801
New York 1,780 1,929 1,933 2,160 198 223 71 72 3,982 4,383
Pennsylvania 1,530 1,551 734 794 576 690 7 12 2,847 3,048
East North Central 4,487 4,428 2,974 2,960 2,095 2,182 9 9 9,565 9,579
Illinois 994 912 743 736 448 474 8 8 2,193 2,130
Indiana 746 776 385 389 493 507 0.41 0.40 1,624 1,673
Michigan 856 896 650 657 336 384 0.09 0.16 1,842 1,937
Ohio 1,329 1,259 776 755 531 533 1 1 2,636 2,547
Wisconsin 562 586 420 422 287 283 0 0 1,269 1,291
West North Central 2,102 2,208 1,463 1,476 909 880 1 1 4,476 4,565
Iowa 291 311 172 177 182 172 0 0 645 660
Kansas 279 286 238 236 127 124 0 0 644 646
Minnesota 486 526 350 368 233 234 0.47 0.42 1,069 1,128
Missouri 666 692 404 404 140 145 0.28 0.30 1,210 1,240
Nebraska 180 189 133 132 107 107 0 0 420 428
North Dakota 99 102 93 88 91 69 0 0 283 259
South Dakota 100 103 74 71 30 29 0 0 204 203
South Atlantic 7,553 7,738 4,730 4,748 1,515 1,495 20 21 13,817 14,002
Delaware 130 124 72 81 42 35 0 0 244 240
District of Columbia 57 53 168 182 4 4 5 5 234 244
Florida 2,061 2,178 1,355 1,374 219 212 1 1 3,636 3,765
Georgia 1,139 1,222 738 794 305 336 2 2 2,184 2,353
Maryland 804 800 566 581 56 61 9 9 1,434 1,451
North Carolina 1,268 1,309 654 663 271 255 0.13 0.13 2,193 2,228
South Carolina 706 734 350 349 281 285 0 0 1,337 1,368
Virginia 1,117 1,045 714 614 204 188 3 3 2,038 1,849
West Virginia 270 273 113 111 133 120 0.07 0.08 515 504
East South Central 2,519 2,675 1,454 1,491 970 1,021 0.01 0.04 4,943 5,187
Alabama 706 740 389 397 316 329 0 0 1,411 1,466
Kentucky 558 586 286 295 265 298 0 0 1,109 1,179
Mississippi 384 411 231 232 175 173 0 0 789 816
Tennessee 871 938 548 568 214 221 0.01 0.04 1,633 1,727
West South Central 3,951 4,097 2,373 2,419 1,452 1,487 2 2 7,778 8,005
Arkansas 320 336 144 143 141 147 0.01 NM 605 625
Louisiana 478 528 334 346 290 274 0.15 0.17 1,103 1,149
Oklahoma 373 391 215 226 138 139 0 0 725 757
Texas 2,780 2,842 1,680 1,704 884 927 2 2 5,346 5,474
Mountain 1,630 1,622 1,327 1,286 794 761 2 2 3,753 3,671
Arizona 453 451 395 391 132 127 0.08 0 980 969
Colorado 359 364 299 298 165 160 1 1 824 823
Idaho 151 158 80 77 57 57 0 0 289 292
Montana 108 107 90 80 36 37 0 0 234 224
Nevada 210 198 127 116 124 113 0.12 0.11 461 427
New Mexico 146 135 137 129 71 66 0 0 353 330
Utah 144 146 139 135 94 90 1 1 377 373
Wyoming 59 61 60 60 116 112 0 0 235 233
Pacific Contiguous 3,335 3,416 3,138 3,103 1,002 983 13 12 7,487 7,514
California 2,359 2,289 2,508 2,448 704 673 12 11 5,583 5,421
Oregon 370 417 227 239 107 111 0.37 0.38 705 767
Washington 606 710 403 416 190 200 0.07 0.09 1,199 1,326
Pacific Noncontiguous 207 234 225 255 170 208 0 0 602 697
Alaska 80 77 86 84 32 35 0 0 198 196
Hawaii 127 156 139 172 138 173 0 0 404 501
U.S. Total 31,786 32,311 22,660 22,968 10,192 10,476 143 147 64,782 65,902

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.