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Data for April 2020  |  Release date: June 24, 2020  |  Next release: July 24, 2020  |
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, May 2020 and 2019 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
May 2020 May 2019 May 2020 May 2019 May 2020 May 2019 May 2020 May 2019 May 2020 May 2019
New England 733 676 529 637 147 165 2 4 1,412 1,482
Connecticut 210 190 137 160 29 33 1 2 377 385
Maine 60 66 32 43 17 25 0 0 109 134
Massachusetts 316 288 252 309 64 68 1 1 633 667
New Hampshire 69 63 43 53 18 20 0 0 131 136
Rhode Island 47 44 43 47 8 8 0.28 0.43 98 100
Vermont 31 25 22 24 11 12 0 0 64 61
Middle Atlantic 1,508 1,382 1,182 1,452 329 384 23 32 3,042 3,251
New Jersey 316 313 303 392 52 65 2 2 672 772
New York 660 589 663 764 60 64 20 26 1,402 1,443
Pennsylvania 532 481 217 296 217 255 2 4 967 1,035
East North Central 1,864 1,685 1,272 1,484 822 1,049 2 4 3,959 4,221
Illinois 458 407 308 354 190 216 2 3 959 980
Indiana 278 272 173 206 197 256 0.14 0.17 647 734
Michigan 421 349 308 344 131 173 0.03 0.06 860 867
Ohio 454 425 303 373 179 255 0.18 0.19 937 1,054
Wisconsin 251 232 180 206 125 149 0.01 0.01 556 587
West North Central 893 873 682 807 473 531 0.21 0.30 2,049 2,212
Iowa 133 129 89 97 124 117 0 0 347 343
Kansas 121 120 109 130 56 67 0 0 286 318
Minnesota 213 206 163 195 104 136 0.10 0.17 480 536
Missouri 274 271 190 235 56 68 0.11 0.13 521 573
Nebraska 76 73 59 66 58 63 0 0 193 202
North Dakota 37 35 40 48 59 64 0 0 137 146
South Dakota 40 40 31 36 15 17 0 0 86 93
South Atlantic 3,087 3,396 1,965 2,554 615 754 7 10 5,674 6,714
Delaware 46 43 31 35 10 11 0 0 86 90
District of Columbia 23 25 68 86 1 2 2 3 94 116
Florida 1,041 1,234 529 790 73 111 0.32 1 1,643 2,136
Georgia 508 550 334 401 118 160 1 1 962 1,112
Maryland 248 246 193 249 21 25 3 4 465 524
North Carolina 472 517 298 359 125 140 0.08 0.13 895 1,016
South Carolina 276 309 165 192 112 135 0 0 553 635
Virginia 377 392 300 386 85 95 1 1 762 875
West Virginia 96 79 48 57 69 75 0 0 213 211
East South Central 940 965 661 805 386 474 0 0 1,987 2,245
Alabama 291 319 181 226 139 177 0 0 611 723
Kentucky 201 199 142 163 105 128 0 0 448 490
Mississippi 149 152 97 117 67 82 0 0 313 351
Tennessee 300 295 240 299 75 87 0 0 615 681
West South Central 1,879 1,802 1,088 1,268 697 854 1 1 3,664 3,925
Arkansas 121 113 67 80 69 83 0.00 0.00 257 276
Louisiana 216 218 145 177 131 154 0.05 0.11 493 549
Oklahoma 162 161 100 120 66 85 0 0 328 366
Texas 1,379 1,310 776 891 430 532 1 1 2,586 2,734
Mountain 1,043 816 730 758 414 424 1 1 2,188 1,999
Arizona 451 313 264 252 72 71 0.09 0.12 787 637
Colorado 185 163 159 167 95 96 1 1 439 427
Idaho 59 56 35 39 55 48 0 0 148 143
Montana 43 40 36 40 15 16 0 0 94 97
Nevada 135 101 70 77 42 52 0.02 0.05 247 230
New Mexico 70 55 67 72 39 39 0 0 177 165
Utah 78 65 74 83 46 43 0.43 0.46 200 191
Wyoming 22 22 24 29 49 58 0 0 96 109
Pacific Contiguous 1,790 1,616 1,541 1,773 655 669 5 7 3,991 4,065
California 1,387 1,239 1,257 1,453 512 520 4 5 3,161 3,217
Oregon 157 143 110 120 60 58 0.19 0.20 327 321
Washington 245 235 175 200 82 91 1 1 503 527
Pacific Noncontiguous 106 105 96 119 77 97 0 0 279 320
Alaska 35 33 38 42 15 17 0 0 88 93
Hawaii 71 72 58 76 62 80 0 0 191 228
U.S. Total 13,842 13,316 9,746 11,658 4,615 5,401 42 58 28,245 30,434

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.