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Data for August 2017  |  Release Date: October 24, 2017  |  Next Release: November 27, 2017 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, August 2017 and 2016 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
August 2017 August 2016 August 2017 August 2016 August 2017 August 2016 August 2017 August 2016 August 2017 August 2016
New England 837 930 736 778 185 195 4 4 1,762 1,907
Connecticut 241 272 187 194 40 40 2 2 470 508
Maine 60 70 43 49 20 25 0 0 123 143
Massachusetts 374 406 369 395 81 85 1 2 825 887
New Hampshire 77 83 58 61 21 23 0 0 157 167
Rhode Island 55 69 53 53 10 9 0.46 0.43 118 132
Vermont 30 32 26 26 12 12 0 0 68 71
Middle Atlantic 2,101 2,473 1,916 2,055 446 456 38 38 4,501 5,021
New Jersey 487 630 456 507 66 70 3 2 1,012 1,209
New York 933 1,062 1,119 1,171 97 95 31 30 2,180 2,357
Pennsylvania 681 781 341 377 283 291 4 5 1,309 1,455
East North Central 2,224 2,710 1,674 1,823 1,147 1,187 4 3 5,049 5,723
Illinois 530 646 405 441 233 262 3 3 1,171 1,352
Indiana 355 405 227 240 260 264 0.18 0.17 843 910
Michigan 477 620 380 424 194 191 0.06 0.04 1,052 1,235
Ohio 593 722 421 462 285 289 0.21 0.22 1,299 1,474
Wisconsin 269 318 241 255 175 180 0.00 0.00 685 753
West North Central 1,204 1,352 999 1,020 628 623 0.40 0.41 2,831 2,995
Iowa 176 196 124 128 159 159 0 0 459 483
Kansas 187 209 164 167 78 73 0 0 430 449
Minnesota 245 273 223 222 146 140 0.19 0.21 613 636
Missouri 403 467 314 323 87 85 0.21 0.20 804 875
Nebraska 108 117 83 87 81 93 0 0 271 296
North Dakota 39 41 49 49 58 54 0 0 145 144
South Dakota 46 50 42 44 20 20 0 0 108 113
South Atlantic 4,433 4,685 2,833 2,868 833 837 9 9 8,108 8,399
Delaware 62 71 37 42 14 17 0 0 113 130
District of Columbia 31 36 83 96 1 1 3 3 117 135
Florida 1,546 1,504 867 824 117 115 1 1 2,530 2,443
Georgia 770 819 458 461 179 174 1 1 1,409 1,455
Maryland 335 409 284 323 28 29 3 3 650 764
North Carolina 653 715 415 436 158 167 0.03 0.05 1,226 1,319
South Carolina 414 443 235 238 155 155 0 0 804 836
Virginia 520 564 390 378 104 106 1 1 1,015 1,049
West Virginia 103 124 64 69 78 74 0 0 245 267
East South Central 1,345 1,437 925 939 545 532 0 0 2,815 2,908
Alabama 420 438 261 261 195 186 0 0 877 885
Kentucky 259 293 174 182 136 136 0 0 570 611
Mississippi 220 218 140 132 91 89 0 0 450 439
Tennessee 446 488 350 365 123 120 0 0 919 973
West South Central 2,675 2,751 1,572 1,544 911 804 1 1 5,159 5,100
Arkansas 202 209 103 103 100 95 0.00 0.00 405 407
Louisiana 323 326 209 207 169 153 0.11 0.09 701 685
Oklahoma 262 287 160 164 82 78 0 0 504 530
Texas 1,889 1,930 1,099 1,070 559 478 1 1 3,549 3,479
Mountain 1,358 1,335 950 915 549 545 1 1 2,858 2,796
Arizona 547 530 339 334 91 90 0.04 0.06 977 954
Colorado 236 244 198 193 109 108 1 1 544 545
Idaho 77 72 48 46 80 79 0 0 206 197
Montana 48 45 44 44 24 21 0 0 115 110
Nevada 201 201 96 79 93 93 0.08 0.07 390 373
New Mexico 95 93 92 89 44 40 0 0 231 222
Utah 131 124 103 99 49 55 0.47 0.47 283 279
Wyoming 23 24 31 31 59 60 0 0 113 116
Pacific Contiguous 2,420 2,330 2,366 2,300 881 883 7 7 5,674 5,520
California 1,996 1,925 2,008 1,955 707 709 7 6 4,718 4,595
Oregon 173 165 137 130 71 73 0.20 0.18 381 368
Washington 251 241 221 215 103 101 0.05 0.05 575 557
Pacific Noncontiguous 102 99 117 113 92 91 0 0 311 303
Alaska 31 31 43 42 19 18 0 0 93 92
Hawaii 70 68 74 71 73 72 0 0 218 211
U.S. Total 18,699 20,104 14,089 14,355 6,218 6,152 65 63 39,070 40,674

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.