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Data for April 2015  |  Release Date: June 25, 2015  |  Next Release: July 27, 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 April 2015 and 2014 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
April 2015 YTD April 2014 YTD April 2015 YTD April 2014 YTD April 2015 YTD April 2014 YTD April 2015 YTD April 2014 YTD April 2015 YTD April 2014 YTD
New England 3,520 3,049 2,885 2,677 756 740 26 20 7,187 6,486
Connecticut 1,043 913 727 684 147 147 7 9 1,924 1,753
Maine 263 256 179 179 117 117 0 0 558 552
Massachusetts 1,547 1,258 1,430 1,301 321 307 17 NM 3,316 2,876
New Hampshire 329 290 238 228 83 82 0 0 650 600
Rhode Island 206 195 217 187 41 41 2 1 466 425
Vermont 132 136 95 98 46 47 0 0 274 281
Middle Atlantic 7,461 7,727 6,784 7,275 1,827 2,020 161 171 16,233 17,192
New Jersey 1,415 1,405 1,581 1,700 262 317 11 12 3,269 3,434
New York 3,276 3,539 3,775 4,079 392 397 130 136 7,574 8,151
Pennsylvania 2,770 2,783 1,428 1,496 1,172 1,307 20 23 5,390 5,608
East North Central 8,011 7,992 5,830 5,819 4,223 4,339 16 16 18,080 18,165
Illinois 1,810 1,672 1,452 1,446 904 917 13 13 4,180 4,048
Indiana 1,301 1,348 756 761 998 1,023 1 1 3,055 3,133
Michigan 1,569 1,669 1,281 1,312 680 781 0.18 0.33 3,529 3,763
Ohio 2,309 2,238 1,514 1,470 1,062 1,051 1 1 4,886 4,760
Wisconsin 1,022 1,064 827 830 580 567 0 0 2,429 2,461
West North Central 3,730 3,963 2,854 2,910 1,848 1,812 1 1 8,434 8,686
Iowa 524 568 332 350 370 362 0 0 1,226 1,279
Kansas 488 506 472 468 256 257 0 0 1,216 1,231
Minnesota 884 964 692 736 471 480 1 1 2,048 2,180
Missouri 1,154 1,206 780 786 280 289 1 1 2,215 2,281
Nebraska 325 345 258 260 229 229 0 0 812 833
North Dakota 176 188 179 172 181 137 0 0 536 497
South Dakota 179 187 140 139 61 59 0 0 380 385
South Atlantic 13,677 13,686 9,257 9,360 2,958 3,018 37 39 25,928 26,104
Delaware 234 223 141 155 71 67 0 0 446 445
District of Columbia 107 97 328 349 8 7 9 10 452 463
Florida 4,174 4,079 2,816 2,803 446 433 3 3 7,439 7,317
Georgia 1,974 2,091 1,406 1,513 576 649 3 3 3,958 4,257
Maryland 1,375 1,400 1,093 1,132 112 120 15 17 2,595 2,669
North Carolina 2,242 2,272 1,281 1,309 532 534 0.24 0.24 4,055 4,115
South Carolina 1,226 1,252 665 681 551 584 0 0 2,443 2,518
Virginia 1,899 1,814 1,312 1,206 400 379 6 5 3,617 3,404
West Virginia 446 458 215 212 262 246 0.13 0.15 923 916
East South Central 4,448 4,593 2,851 2,900 1,926 2,036 0.02 0.08 9,226 9,528
Alabama 1,229 1,251 761 760 634 662 0 0 2,624 2,673
Kentucky 966 1,006 557 572 526 569 0 0 2,048 2,147
Mississippi 696 713 457 454 342 356 0 0 1,496 1,523
Tennessee 1,557 1,623 1,076 1,113 425 449 0.02 0.08 3,058 3,185
West South Central 7,222 7,207 4,759 4,792 2,896 3,108 3 3 14,880 15,110
Arkansas 590 594 290 283 282 301 0.02 NM 1,162 1,179
Louisiana 872 924 660 687 552 586 0.32 0.35 2,085 2,198
Oklahoma 682 712 429 455 277 286 0 0 1,388 1,453
Texas 5,077 4,977 3,381 3,366 1,785 1,934 3 3 10,246 10,280
Mountain 3,092 3,043 2,712 2,644 1,632 1,581 4 5 7,440 7,274
Arizona 920 883 835 819 267 260 0.16 0 2,023 1,962
Colorado 674 687 610 614 339 332 2 2 1,625 1,635
Idaho 269 278 155 150 136 124 0 0 560 552
Montana 193 196 170 157 70 73 0 0 433 426
Nevada 393 375 263 244 260 248 0.23 0.21 916 867
New Mexico 258 242 275 264 145 143 0 0 678 649
Utah 276 273 282 277 183 183 2 2 744 734
Wyoming 109 111 121 118 232 219 0 0 462 448
Pacific Contiguous 5,990 5,891 6,483 6,281 2,063 1,997 25 23 14,561 14,192
California 4,182 3,880 5,230 4,999 1,456 1,380 24 22 10,893 10,281
Oregon 685 733 457 467 225 224 1 1 1,367 1,424
Washington 1,123 1,279 796 815 382 393 0.15 0.16 2,302 2,487
Pacific Noncontiguous 395 454 446 512 339 423 0 0 1,180 1,388
Alaska 148 145 168 163 65 70 0 0 380 378
Hawaii 247 309 278 349 274 353 0 0 800 1,011
U.S. Total 57,546 57,605 44,862 45,169 20,467 21,073 274 278 123,149 124,126

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.