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Table F22: Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, 2015

Table F22: Electricity Price and Expenditure Estimates, 2015




State
Prices Expenditures
Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation Total Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation Total
Dollars per Million Btu Million Dollars
Alabama 34.28 31.75 17.68 27.39 3,731.8 2,538.6 2,000.2 8,270.7
Alaska 58.11 51.10 42.57 51.65 405.3 481.8 187.0 1,074.1
Arizona 35.55 30.45 18.36 27.54 30.31 4,023.3 3,042.9 932.7 0.6 7,999.5
Arkansas 28.78 24.39 18.25 32.86 24.03 1,794.3 1,011.2 983.8 (s) 3,789.4
California 49.80 46.12 35.65 26.36 45.30 15,187.8 18,627.1 6,089.0 75.3 39,979.2
Colorado 35.52 28.96 21.69 29.54 29.18 2,228.0 2,016.6 1,105.3 6.5 5,356.3
Connecticut 61.36 46.81 37.97 38.63 52.09 2,699.3 2,069.6 444.6 25.4 5,238.9
Delaware 39.34 30.05 24.27 32.96 650.8 432.6 177.5 1,260.9
Dist. of Col. 38.06 35.19 25.75 26.38 35.36 324.3 987.1 20.9 30.0 1,362.4
Florida 33.94 27.85 24.08 26.14 30.75 14,216.6 9,106.2 1,388.1 8.5 24,719.4
Georgia 33.82 28.98 17.21 15.44 28.19 6,511.2 4,662.6 1,887.0 9.0 13,069.8
Hawaii 86.76 78.92 67.58 76.75 781.9 854.8 838.2 2,474.9
Idaho 29.10 22.86 19.33 23.70 799.7 488.5 576.5 1,864.7
Illinois 36.64 26.45 19.54 19.95 27.74 5,581.1 4,540.5 2,666.1 35.7 12,823.4
Indiana 33.91 28.66 20.11 29.07 26.45 3,753.1 2,349.2 3,194.0 2.1 9,298.4
Iowa 34.10 26.14 17.28 24.47 1,604.0 1,076.7 1,255.1 3,935.8
Kansas 36.18 29.59 22.30 29.94 1,634.6 1,553.0 769.6 3,957.2
Kentucky 30.02 27.65 16.07 23.95 2,680.3 1,848.3 1,609.8 6,138.4
Louisiana 27.35 25.40 15.86 24.25 23.19 2,943.6 2,165.9 1,377.3 1.0 6,487.8
Maine 45.76 36.56 26.53 37.46 727.9 501.1 290.4 1,519.4
Maryland 40.50 32.24 25.00 24.45 35.38 3,786.9 3,295.7 331.2 44.7 7,458.5
Massachusetts 58.11 46.26 39.70 22.75 49.54 4,000.0 4,135.8 1,068.9 27.4 9,232.2
Michigan 42.27 30.93 20.59 33.53 31.57 4,810.8 4,057.3 2,123.7 0.5 10,992.2
Minnesota 35.51 27.66 20.58 27.84 28.08 2,630.7 2,207.0 1,417.5 2.3 6,257.5
Mississippi 33.04 30.91 19.23 28.12 2,092.2 1,517.8 969.2 4,579.2
Missouri 32.84 26.85 18.86 24.50 27.67 3,800.0 2,797.5 1,096.4 1.7 7,695.6
Montana 31.89 29.97 15.59 26.76 525.0 500.5 192.7 1,218.3
Nebraska 31.07 25.42 22.25 26.10 1,010.5 807.4 808.8 2,626.8
Nevada 37.39 27.11 19.78 26.70 27.77 1,574.1 889.4 948.6 0.8 3,412.9
New Hampshire 54.22 43.86 37.33 46.95 837.5 672.1 252.3 1,762.0
New Jersey 46.34 37.48 31.19 30.05 40.35 4,607.3 4,952.4 700.0 31.2 10,290.9
New Mexico 36.55 30.20 18.56 28.35 828.2 914.7 458.3 2,201.2
New York 54.33 44.86 18.49 37.97 44.77 9,456.2 11,785.7 1,140.6 364.8 22,747.3
North Carolina 33.06 25.58 19.09 23.16 27.47 6,531.8 4,210.5 1,804.1 0.7 12,547.1
North Dakota 28.20 25.89 23.64 25.68 467.9 554.6 538.5 1,561.1
Ohio 37.51 29.50 20.57 22.52 29.34 6,590.6 4,743.2 3,422.2 3.0 14,759.0
Oklahoma 29.72 22.49 15.68 23.35 2,293.6 1,588.1 879.3 4,761.0
Oregon 31.26 25.80 17.50 26.79 25.63 1,948.3 1,410.4 773.0 2.2 4,134.0
Pennsylvania 39.98 28.13 21.09 22.92 30.33 7,423.2 4,199.2 3,296.7 60.7 14,979.8
Rhode Island 56.53 46.24 40.32 54.32 49.86 604.8 584.5 109.9 4.8 1,304.0
South Carolina 36.84 29.94 17.72 28.08 3,778.5 2,239.7 1,774.0 7,792.2
South Dakota 32.47 26.83 21.59 27.76 506.5 434.8 204.9 1,146.2
Tennessee 30.19 29.77 18.09 27.31 4,291.9 3,553.0 1,379.3 9,224.2
Texas 33.88 23.90 16.39 15.64 25.82 16,838.4 11,115.3 5,407.3 9.6 33,370.6
Utah 31.90 25.27 18.08 29.45 25.13 992.3 1,001.5 555.2 5.6 2,554.6
Vermont 50.09 42.62 30.10 42.22 357.0 292.3 146.0 795.4
Virginia 33.32 24.06 20.37 23.77 27.28 5,221.3 3,969.5 1,218.7 15.9 10,425.5
Washington 26.65 24.09 12.75 23.99 21.85 3,098.1 2,405.6 1,097.5 0.4 6,601.6
West Virginia 29.55 25.24 17.85 23.79 1,153.3 671.7 793.7 2,618.7
Wisconsin 41.37 31.93 22.21 42.97 31.47 2,994.4 2,561.8 1,806.5 (s) 7,362.7
Wyoming 32.14 26.73 19.80 23.48 293.5 358.0 660.2 1,311.7

United States
37.08 31.18 20.33 29.57 30.66 177,623.6 144,781.5 65,168.7 770.5 388,344.3
— = No consumption. Notes: Based on retail sales and revenues from retail sales of electricity. · Totals may not equal sum of components
due to independent rounding.
Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.05 million dollars. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.