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Data for September 2021 Release Date: November 24, 2021 Next Release Date: December 23, 2021 full reportPDF
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, September 2021 and 2020 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
September 2021 September 2020 September 2021 September 2020 September 2021 September 2020 September 2021 September 2020 September 2021 September 2020
New England 957 826 730 649 185 173 3 3 1,876 1,650
Connecticut 255 224 171 156 33 34 1 1 461 415
Maine 79 66 49 41 22 20 0 0 149 128
Massachusetts 445 379 383 327 87 75 2 1 917 781
New Hampshire 83 66 55 54 22 23 0 0 160 143
Rhode Island 63 59 45 47 9 9 0.31 0.26 117 115
Vermont 31 31 27 25 13 13 0 0 71 69
Middle Atlantic 2,071 1,908 1,843 1,606 465 388 32 33 4,410 3,935
New Jersey 426 413 369 387 60 56 2 2 857 859
New York 1,014 910 1,187 965 109 80 27 27 2,337 1,982
Pennsylvania 631 585 287 254 295 251 3 4 1,216 1,094
East North Central 2,177 1,926 1,637 1,494 1,164 1,022 3 3 4,981 4,444
Illinois 504 427 407 359 266 226 3 2 1,179 1,014
Indiana 386 347 238 222 276 251 0.13 0.13 900 819
Michigan 470 423 387 357 176 157 0.04 0.03 1,033 937
Ohio 561 499 387 355 285 246 0.16 0.15 1,233 1,099
Wisconsin 256 230 219 202 162 143 0.02 0.01 636 575
West North Central 1,164 991 917 800 660 589 0.37 0.29 2,741 2,380
Iowa 158 134 114 100 175 150 0 0 447 383
Kansas 173 143 153 135 77 68 0 0 403 346
Minnesota 240 228 217 192 152 136 0.18 0.16 609 555
Missouri 405 309 268 216 91 80 0.19 0.13 764 606
Nebraska 101 94 72 70 76 73 0 0 249 237
North Dakota 38 38 52 49 65 63 0 0 155 149
South Dakota 48 45 42 38 23 21 0 0 113 104
South Atlantic 4,236 3,970 2,705 2,442 854 731 7 7 7,802 7,151
Delaware 60 58 35 29 14 8 0 0 110 95
District of Columbia 27 28 73 68 2 1 2 2 105 98
Florida 1,602 1,526 846 764 122 105 1 0.48 2,570 2,395
Georgia 679 641 447 399 199 158 1 1 1,326 1,199
Maryland 294 268 236 213 25 21 2 3 557 505
North Carolina 629 584 393 371 157 149 0.10 0.11 1,179 1,104
South Carolina 381 353 209 195 154 135 0 0 744 683
Virginia 467 420 410 349 107 84 1 1 985 854
West Virginia 96 93 56 54 75 71 0 0 227 218
East South Central 1,304 1,215 939 859 528 452 0 0 2,771 2,527
Alabama 386 370 245 230 180 156 0 0 811 756
Kentucky 254 231 184 167 155 126 0 0 593 524
Mississippi 217 197 144 128 82 72 0 0 443 397
Tennessee 446 417 366 334 111 98 0 0 924 849
West South Central 2,903 2,585 1,658 1,452 1,116 857 1 1 5,678 4,895
Arkansas 216 186 107 92 113 93 0.00 0.00 437 371
Louisiana 336 308 210 185 203 146 0.09 0.09 748 638
Oklahoma 284 214 180 139 112 82 0 0 575 435
Texas 2,067 1,877 1,161 1,037 688 537 1 1 3,918 3,451
Mountain 1,238 1,210 911 853 529 480 1 1 2,679 2,544
Arizona 502 497 308 294 87 75 0.09 0.10 897 866
Colorado 253 229 206 188 111 101 1 1 571 519
Idaho 61 59 42 41 53 55 0 0 156 155
Montana 43 45 43 42 24 20 0 0 111 106
Nevada 166 175 95 91 87 80 0.06 0.03 348 346
New Mexico 92 86 96 84 59 47 0 0 246 218
Utah 100 97 93 86 53 53 0.47 0.43 247 236
Wyoming 22 22 27 27 53 50 0 0 103 98
Pacific Contiguous 2,540 2,507 2,509 2,215 941 895 11 7 6,001 5,624
California 2,134 2,111 2,177 1,904 751 718 10 6 5,072 4,739
Oregon 155 155 122 115 82 79 0.18 0.20 359 348
Washington 250 242 210 196 108 98 1 1 570 537
Pacific Noncontiguous 118 109 115 102 98 83 0 0 331 294
Alaska 34 34 39 39 20 17 0 0 93 90
Hawaii 84 75 76 63 78 66 0 0 238 204
U.S. Total 18,707 17,247 13,966 12,473 6,539 5,670 59 55 39,270 35,445

See Technical notes for additional information on the Commercial, Industrial, and Transportation sectors.
Notes: - See Glossary for definitions. - Values for 2020 are final. Values for 2021 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.