Electric Power Monthly

Data for January 2017  |  Release Date: March 24, 2017  |  Next Release: April 25, 2017 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, January 2017 and 2016 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
January 2017 January 2016 January 2017 January 2016 January 2017 January 2016 January 2017 January 2016 January 2017 January 2016
New England 838 811 663 673 168 169 5 4 1,673 1,657
Connecticut 237 236 164 166 33 34 2 1 434 438
Maine 76 66 46 41 21 21 0 0 143 128
Massachusetts 355 346 328 339 72 74 3 2 757 761
New Hampshire 84 75 56 54 21 19 0 0 161 148
Rhode Island 50 52 46 49 9 9 0.46 0.40 106 110
Vermont 36 35 23 24 12 13 0 0 71 72
Middle Atlantic 1,891 1,822 1,592 1,563 405 412 37 36 3,925 3,834
New Jersey 372 372 378 374 56 56 2 2 808 805
New York 768 717 877 833 78 78 29 29 1,751 1,658
Pennsylvania 751 733 338 356 272 278 6 5 1,366 1,371
East North Central 2,200 2,222 1,501 1,474 1,036 1,014 4 4 4,740 4,713
Illinois 468 482 356 370 220 210 3 3 1,047 1,065
Indiana 361 348 202 184 242 232 0.20 0.20 804 765
Michigan 489 461 353 326 171 167 0.05 0.05 1,013 954
Ohio 579 632 373 379 256 263 0.36 0.36 1,208 1,274
Wisconsin 303 298 218 215 147 143 0.00 0.00 668 656
West North Central 1,129 1,087 767 753 466 443 0.40 0.38 2,362 2,283
Iowa 164 158 92 88 97 88 0 0 353 334
Kansas 146 149 118 124 66 64 0 0 330 337
Minnesota 279 263 192 187 122 114 0.24 0.25 593 563
Missouri 324 318 204 201 58 60 0.16 0.13 586 579
Nebraska 103 96 68 66 54 53 0 0 224 216
North Dakota 56 51 53 49 53 49 0 0 161 149
South Dakota 57 52 40 38 16 16 0 0 114 106
South Atlantic 3,507 3,698 2,264 2,370 686 706 8 10 6,465 6,785
Delaware 59 59 34 40 13 11 0 0 106 110
District of Columbia 27 25 78 85 1 2 2 3 109 115
Florida 1,015 1,030 669 665 103 104 1 1 1,788 1,799
Georgia 517 552 357 365 139 141 1 1 1,014 1,059
Maryland 371 410 269 266 25 24 3 4 668 704
North Carolina 563 625 317 336 124 121 0.02 0.05 1,003 1,082
South Carolina 319 346 168 178 126 127 0 0 613 651
Virginia 498 499 310 367 84 106 1 1 893 972
West Virginia 138 153 61 68 71 71 0 0 271 292
East South Central 1,173 1,168 747 720 472 438 0 0 2,392 2,325
Alabama 326 342 203 197 160 148 0 0 689 687
Kentucky 264 274 149 148 126 118 0 0 538 540
Mississippi 168 169 108 105 82 80 0 0 357 354
Tennessee 415 383 288 270 104 91 0 0 807 744
West South Central 1,821 1,865 1,178 1,152 750 723 1 1 3,749 3,741
Arkansas 160 150 74 73 73 70 0.00 0.00 307 293
Louisiana 194 219 146 161 116 137 0.11 0.08 456 517
Oklahoma 193 181 116 104 70 63 0 0 379 348
Texas 1,274 1,315 841 814 491 453 1 1 2,607 2,584
Mountain 951 926 686 665 384 381 1 1 2,022 1,972
Arizona 270 275 207 207 66 66 0.04 0.04 543 548
Colorado 202 192 155 146 82 82 1 0.50 439 420
Idaho 101 89 44 40 30 29 0 0 175 158
Montana 71 58 46 42 18 18 0 0 135 117
Nevada 106 115 62 55 49 52 0.06 0.06 217 223
New Mexico 74 76 65 66 33 33 0 0 172 175
Utah 89 87 76 78 46 45 0.50 0.46 212 210
Wyoming 36 34 32 31 60 56 0 0 129 121
Pacific Contiguous 2,138 1,966 1,620 1,531 515 497 6 5 4,279 3,999
California 1,451 1,387 1,260 1,195 373 355 6 5 3,090 2,942
Oregon 262 217 126 120 55 52 0.21 0.20 443 389
Washington 426 362 234 216 87 90 0.04 0.05 746 669
Pacific Noncontiguous 111 102 109 104 83 78 0 0 303 283
Alaska 48 42 47 43 20 16 0 0 115 101
Hawaii 63 60 62 61 63 61 0 0 188 182
U.S. Total 15,758 15,666 11,126 11,005 4,964 4,860 62 62 31,910 31,594

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.