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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, April 2017 and 2016 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
April 2017 April 2016 April 2017 April 2016 April 2017 April 2016 April 2017 April 2016 April 2017 April 2016
New England 679 659 599 606 158 164 3 4 1,439 1,432
Connecticut 192 190 153 156 32 34 1 2 379 382
Maine 59 56 36 36 19 21 0 0 115 113
Massachusetts 291 282 294 298 70 70 2 2 657 652
New Hampshire 69 64 51 51 18 19 0 0 138 134
Rhode Island 41 41 41 42 8 8 0.49 0.43 91 92
Vermont 27 26 22 22 11 10 0 0 60 59
Middle Atlantic 1,384 1,366 1,422 1,419 404 388 34 32 3,243 3,205
New Jersey 264 263 345 335 53 52 2 2 665 652
New York 596 587 775 778 86 84 27 25 1,483 1,474
Pennsylvania 524 517 301 305 265 253 4 5 1,095 1,079
East North Central 1,564 1,588 1,377 1,357 1,015 1,007 3 3 3,959 3,956
Illinois 351 360 325 332 210 208 2 3 889 903
Indiana 244 237 182 172 241 235 0.19 0.16 667 644
Michigan 341 344 324 309 170 168 0.02 0.04 834 822
Ohio 404 427 355 350 246 257 0.28 0.27 1,005 1,034
Wisconsin 224 220 192 194 148 138 0.00 0.00 565 553
West North Central 779 734 723 689 484 429 0.29 0.28 1,987 1,852
Iowa 113 107 80 78 95 87 0 0 288 272
Kansas 104 97 124 118 66 63 0 0 294 278
Minnesota 199 187 181 171 129 108 0.16 0.17 509 466
Missouri 219 203 196 184 61 57 0.13 0.11 476 444
Nebraska 70 66 65 61 60 57 0 0 195 183
North Dakota 35 37 44 43 56 41 0 0 135 121
South Dakota 39 37 34 34 17 15 0 0 90 87
South Atlantic 2,764 2,582 2,251 2,147 712 704 7 9 5,735 5,441
Delaware 44 42 32 31 12 12 0 0 88 85
District of Columbia 22 22 71 67 1 1 3 3 97 93
Florida 1,013 911 726 663 107 101 1 1 1,847 1,677
Georgia 421 374 365 336 147 134 1 1 934 845
Maryland 239 246 232 231 28 24 2 4 501 505
North Carolina 383 380 305 306 125 134 0.02 0.04 813 820
South Carolina 242 215 170 160 136 127 0 0 547 501
Virginia 319 312 295 298 85 101 1 1 700 712
West Virginia 81 80 55 55 71 70 0 0 207 205
East South Central 847 770 712 664 473 440 0 0 2,032 1,874
Alabama 260 230 200 188 163 155 0 0 623 573
Kentucky 170 167 137 134 124 120 0 0 431 421
Mississippi 136 116 110 94 81 74 0 0 327 284
Tennessee 282 257 264 248 104 91 0 0 650 596
West South Central 1,444 1,359 1,191 1,100 765 692 1 1 3,401 3,152
Arkansas 111 104 75 70 77 67 0.00 0.00 263 242
Louisiana 182 161 166 157 150 137 0.10 0.09 498 456
Oklahoma 152 138 120 102 76 61 0 0 348 301
Texas 998 954 830 771 462 427 1 1 2,292 2,153
Mountain 745 699 693 662 384 389 1 1 1,824 1,751
Arizona 265 242 230 224 70 68 0.04 0.04 565 534
Colorado 151 151 149 143 88 83 1 0.50 389 378
Idaho 58 54 37 36 31 35 0 0 127 126
Montana 41 41 40 39 16 16 0 0 97 96
Nevada 90 77 63 58 49 56 0.05 0.05 202 191
New Mexico 52 47 69 61 36 33 0 0 157 141
Utah 64 63 75 75 40 42 0.50 0.45 180 180
Wyoming 24 23 29 27 53 56 0 0 106 106
Pacific Contiguous 1,223 1,113 1,483 1,533 513 561 6 6 3,224 3,213
California 797 734 1,176 1,237 368 423 6 6 2,346 2,400
Oregon 156 140 114 108 55 53 0.19 0.18 325 300
Washington 270 240 193 188 90 86 0.04 0.04 554 513
Pacific Noncontiguous 96 86 113 99 84 75 0 0 293 260
Alaska 36 32 46 41 18 17 0 0 99 90
Hawaii 60 54 67 58 67 58 0 0 194 170
U.S. Total 11,525 10,955 10,564 10,275 4,992 4,849 56 56 27,137 26,136

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