Electric Power Monthly

Data for February 2017  |  Release Date: April 25, 2017  |  Next Release: May 25, 2017 
|  full report

Previous Issues

SAS Output
Table 5.5.B. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, Year-to-Date through February 2017 and 2016 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
February 2017 YTD February 2016 YTD February 2017 YTD February 2016 YTD February 2017 YTD February 2016 YTD February 2017 YTD February 2016 YTD February 2017 YTD February 2016 YTD
New England 1,572 1,579 1,274 1,318 324 336 9 9 3,180 3,242
Connecticut 443 465 314 327 64 67 3 3 825 862
Maine 139 128 82 80 39 41 0 0 260 249
Massachusetts 672 676 637 662 141 145 5 5 1,455 1,488
New Hampshire 155 147 107 109 39 40 0 0 302 297
Rhode Island 96 96 89 92 17 17 1 1 203 207
Vermont 66 66 46 48 23 25 0 0 136 139
Middle Atlantic 3,510 3,556 3,088 3,093 790 827 73 73 7,461 7,549
New Jersey 673 703 725 734 113 110 5 5 1,515 1,552
New York 1,444 1,401 1,710 1,652 142 164 58 58 3,354 3,274
Pennsylvania 1,393 1,452 652 707 536 553 11 11 2,592 2,723
East North Central 3,973 4,177 2,876 2,871 2,021 2,023 7 7 8,877 9,077
Illinois 857 915 681 706 418 422 5 6 1,961 2,050
Indiana 641 664 381 364 472 468 0.38 0.38 1,493 1,495
Michigan 875 860 676 640 343 325 0.10 0.10 1,894 1,825
Ohio 1,050 1,188 719 741 501 521 1 1 2,270 2,450
Wisconsin 550 550 421 420 288 287 0.00 0.00 1,259 1,257
West North Central 2,027 2,027 1,488 1,474 917 887 1 1 4,433 4,389
Iowa 292 286 176 171 189 179 0 0 658 636
Kansas 254 272 230 244 126 127 0 0 610 642
Minnesota 514 491 385 363 243 223 0.44 0.47 1,142 1,078
Missouri 576 603 389 396 113 121 0.31 0.26 1,079 1,120
Nebraska 184 181 131 131 108 106 0 0 423 418
North Dakota 102 96 100 96 105 99 0 0 307 291
South Dakota 105 99 76 74 33 31 0 0 214 204
South Atlantic 6,382 7,111 4,379 4,557 1,342 1,370 17 18 12,119 13,055
Delaware 109 116 66 74 25 26 0 0 201 216
District of Columbia 51 57 148 174 2 3 5 5 206 239
Florida 1,914 1,984 1,324 1,294 204 201 1 1 3,443 3,480
Georgia 948 1,049 684 700 268 267 1 1 1,901 2,017
Maryland 671 767 513 526 49 50 7 7 1,240 1,350
North Carolina 1,007 1,188 609 651 240 249 0.04 0.09 1,856 2,088
South Carolina 568 665 323 343 247 247 0 0 1,139 1,255
Virginia 876 998 596 669 165 190 2 3 1,639 1,860
West Virginia 238 287 116 127 140 137 0 0 494 551
East South Central 2,128 2,281 1,441 1,411 919 852 0 0 4,488 4,544
Alabama 594 647 391 382 311 286 0 0 1,295 1,315
Kentucky 469 517 285 289 245 233 0 0 999 1,039
Mississippi 309 333 211 205 161 153 0 0 681 690
Tennessee 757 785 554 535 202 180 0 0 1,513 1,500
West South Central 3,300 3,517 2,315 2,241 1,481 1,391 2 2 7,099 7,151
Arkansas 289 295 144 143 144 139 0.01 0.01 577 577
Louisiana 379 424 307 313 260 263 0.22 0.15 946 1,001
Oklahoma 348 342 223 200 137 121 0 0 708 663
Texas 2,283 2,457 1,641 1,584 940 868 2 2 4,867 4,910
Mountain 1,710 1,687 1,327 1,305 749 755 2 2 3,788 3,750
Arizona 486 500 400 409 126 128 0.07 0.07 1,012 1,037
Colorado 367 357 298 285 163 162 1 1 830 805
Idaho 178 161 82 79 57 57 0 0 317 297
Montana 127 106 89 82 35 34 0 0 250 223
Nevada 189 201 122 113 97 108 0.10 0.10 408 423
New Mexico 139 138 129 127 66 62 0 0 334 327
Utah 159 161 146 151 86 90 1 1 391 402
Wyoming 66 63 61 60 119 114 0 0 245 237
Pacific Contiguous 3,911 3,602 3,148 3,024 1,015 991 11 11 8,085 7,627
California 2,680 2,535 2,458 2,366 732 707 11 11 5,880 5,618
Oregon 457 391 241 234 109 104 0.41 0.38 807 729
Washington 774 676 448 424 174 180 0.08 0.10 1,397 1,280
Pacific Noncontiguous 206 189 214 203 162 149 0 0 582 541
Alaska 89 78 93 85 39 32 0 0 220 196
Hawaii 117 111 121 118 123 117 0 0 362 345
U.S. Total 28,719 29,726 21,550 21,497 9,720 9,580 122 123 60,111 60,926

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-861M (formerly EIA-826), Monthly Electric Power Industry Report. OPTIONS NOCENTER