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Data for May 2016  |  Release Date: July 26, 2016  |  Next Release: August 24, 2016 
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Table 5.5.B. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, Year-to-Date through May 2016 and 2015 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
May 2016 YTD May 2015 YTD May 2016 YTD May 2015 YTD May 2016 YTD May 2015 YTD May 2016 YTD May 2015 YTD May 2016 YTD May 2015 YTD
New England 3,550 4,166 3,159 3,500 838 927 20 30 7,567 8,622
Connecticut 1,037 1,232 795 886 169 178 8 14 2,010 2,310
Maine 304 320 197 219 105 133 0 0 606 672
Massachusetts 1,506 1,823 1,567 1,725 363 405 10 14 3,446 3,966
New Hampshire 336 388 261 289 99 103 0 0 696 780
Rhode Island 219 246 222 261 43 50 2 2 485 560
Vermont 148 157 117 119 59 58 0 0 324 334
Middle Atlantic 7,850 8,912 7,501 8,342 2,021 2,224 169 196 17,541 19,674
New Jersey 1,566 1,737 1,817 1,986 279 328 11 14 3,674 4,064
New York 3,229 3,896 4,031 4,590 410 454 134 157 7,803 9,096
Pennsylvania 3,055 3,279 1,654 1,766 1,332 1,442 24 26 6,065 6,513
East North Central 9,203 9,668 7,111 7,308 5,150 5,310 17 20 21,481 22,306
Illinois 2,073 2,215 1,731 1,816 1,075 1,110 14 16 4,893 5,156
Indiana 1,409 1,537 899 943 1,190 1,252 1 1 3,499 3,733
Michigan 1,954 1,906 1,605 1,629 858 874 0.22 0.21 4,416 4,410
Ohio 2,535 2,769 1,847 1,890 1,304 1,341 2 3 5,688 6,002
Wisconsin 1,232 1,241 1,029 1,031 723 732 0.01 0 2,984 3,005
West North Central 4,408 4,503 3,654 3,609 2,263 2,331 2 2 10,325 10,445
Iowa 629 632 421 415 468 464 0 0 1,518 1,512
Kansas 593 595 607 597 321 323 0 0 1,521 1,515
Minnesota 1,083 1,067 898 870 561 589 1 1 2,543 2,528
Missouri 1,293 1,402 997 1,011 307 362 1 1 2,597 2,776
Nebraska 391 390 325 324 290 288 0 0 1,006 1,002
North Dakota 204 207 228 220 239 227 0 0 670 654
South Dakota 214 211 179 171 78 76 0 0 470 458
South Atlantic 15,552 16,767 11,266 11,722 3,471 3,766 44 49 30,334 32,305
Delaware 251 282 176 175 64 83 0 0 491 540
District of Columbia 119 131 401 403 7 13 13 14 540 561
Florida 4,896 5,311 3,350 3,590 515 564 3 4 8,765 9,469
Georgia 2,296 2,442 1,745 1,793 677 733 3 4 4,721 4,972
Maryland 1,563 1,666 1,279 1,368 121 140 19 21 2,982 3,195
North Carolina 2,477 2,672 1,596 1,619 637 687 0.21 0.30 4,711 4,978
South Carolina 1,399 1,484 836 849 621 705 0 0 2,856 3,038
Virginia 2,009 2,256 1,586 1,653 480 509 6 7 4,081 4,425
West Virginia 542 523 297 272 348 332 0 0 1,187 1,128
East South Central 4,777 5,308 3,431 3,588 2,221 2,434 0 0 10,429 11,330
Alabama 1,400 1,502 956 970 763 814 0 0 3,119 3,286
Kentucky 1,048 1,145 693 700 601 662 0 0 2,342 2,507
Mississippi 714 838 500 576 380 427 0 0 1,594 1,842
Tennessee 1,614 1,822 1,282 1,342 477 530 0 0 3,373 3,695
West South Central 7,832 8,828 5,688 6,022 3,502 3,720 4 4 17,027 18,574
Arkansas 627 699 359 368 349 361 0.01 0.02 1,336 1,428
Louisiana 948 1,074 794 834 668 697 0.43 0.41 2,411 2,605
Oklahoma 784 839 526 547 308 352 0 0 1,618 1,737
Texas 5,472 6,216 4,009 4,273 2,176 2,311 4 4 11,662 12,804
Mountain 3,917 3,891 3,378 3,483 1,943 2,090 5 5 9,243 9,470
Arizona 1,285 1,222 1,120 1,099 341 347 0.19 0.22 2,747 2,668
Colorado 824 830 726 773 410 426 2 3 1,962 2,032
Idaho 335 328 191 193 169 190 0 0 694 712
Montana 228 229 203 210 82 88 0 0 512 527
Nevada 465 503 298 346 270 329 0.25 0.28 1,033 1,179
New Mexico 288 312 317 348 167 181 0 0 772 842
Utah 357 338 381 364 222 236 2 2 963 940
Wyoming 134 129 143 150 283 292 0 0 560 571
Pacific Contiguous 7,760 7,397 7,817 7,896 2,737 2,891 30 31 18,344 18,215
California 5,467 5,247 6,227 6,353 2,031 2,133 28 30 13,754 13,763
Oregon 849 820 577 568 265 288 1 1 1,692 1,677
Washington 1,443 1,330 1,013 975 441 470 0.22 0.18 2,898 2,776
Pacific Noncontiguous 450 488 508 556 379 421 0 0 1,336 1,465
Alaska 176 178 208 207 85 80 0 0 469 465
Hawaii 274 310 299 349 294 341 0 0 868 1,000
U.S. Total 65,298 69,927 53,512 56,028 24,526 26,115 291 338 143,626 152,408

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.