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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, February 2018 and 2017 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
February 2018 February 2017 February 2018 February 2017 February 2018 February 2017 February 2018 February 2017 February 2018 February 2017
New England 794 754 691 654 169 161 5 5 1,660 1,574
Connecticut 208 207 162 150 36 32 2 2 408 390
Maine 67 63 41 37 20 18 0 0 128 117
Massachusetts 362 338 358 351 71 73 3 3 793 765
New Hampshire 74 71 58 51 22 19 0 0 154 141
Rhode Island 51 46 48 43 8 8 0.39 0.47 108 97
Vermont 33 30 24 23 12 11 0 0 68 64
Middle Atlantic 1,737 1,619 1,529 1,494 437 386 36 36 3,739 3,535
New Jersey 319 300 373 347 62 58 2 2 756 707
New York 745 677 829 834 92 64 30 29 1,696 1,603
Pennsylvania 673 642 326 313 282 264 4 5 1,286 1,225
East North Central 1,986 1,773 1,427 1,374 1,015 988 4 3 4,432 4,138
Illinois 445 389 330 326 215 196 3 3 993 914
Indiana 331 280 191 179 225 231 0.20 0.18 747 690
Michigan 410 386 335 323 181 171 0.07 0.05 925 880
Ohio 538 471 364 343 252 248 0.26 0.30 1,154 1,063
Wisconsin 263 247 208 203 142 141 0.00 0.00 613 591
West North Central 1,025 897 752 721 481 451 0.41 0.34 2,258 2,069
Iowa 147 128 93 84 109 93 0 0 349 305
Kansas 127 107 122 112 68 60 0 0 317 278
Minnesota 244 235 179 193 123 120 0.25 0.20 546 549
Missouri 308 252 204 185 56 56 0.16 0.14 569 493
Nebraska 93 81 65 63 53 54 0 0 211 198
North Dakota 52 46 50 47 56 52 0 0 158 145
South Dakota 53 48 38 36 17 16 0 0 108 100
South Atlantic 3,225 2,856 2,158 2,107 628 649 8 8 6,019 5,621
Delaware 53 51 32 32 13 12 0 0 98 95
District of Columbia 27 23 72 68 1 1 2 2 102 95
Florida 1,045 888 677 647 97 98 1 1 1,819 1,634
Georgia 462 428 320 325 123 129 1 1 906 882
Maryland 307 300 238 248 22 23 3 3 571 574
North Carolina 532 442 326 291 124 116 0.02 0.02 983 849
South Carolina 249 248 121 156 92 120 0 0 462 524
Virginia 437 377 313 285 84 81 1 1 836 745
West Virginia 114 99 58 55 72 69 0 0 243 223
East South Central 1,133 953 737 689 423 452 0 0 2,293 2,093
Alabama 291 266 183 188 144 150 0 0 618 604
Kentucky 237 205 143 136 118 120 0 0 498 461
Mississippi 182 140 113 102 79 79 0 0 374 321
Tennessee 423 342 299 263 81 103 0 0 803 708
West South Central 1,846 1,472 1,185 1,125 728 733 1 1 3,761 3,332
Arkansas 170 129 78 69 78 71 0.00 0.00 326 269
Louisiana 226 184 166 161 137 144 0.10 0.11 529 489
Oklahoma 183 155 115 106 70 66 0 0 369 328
Texas 1,268 1,004 826 789 442 452 1 1 2,537 2,245
Mountain 788 760 668 641 365 364 1 1 1,822 1,766
Arizona 231 216 203 193 60 59 0.05 0.04 495 468
Colorado 171 165 148 143 83 82 1 1 403 391
Idaho 78 76 41 38 28 27 0 0 146 142
Montana 55 56 44 43 17 17 0 0 116 116
Nevada 93 83 66 60 48 48 0.05 0.05 206 192
New Mexico 63 65 63 64 32 33 0 0 158 162
Utah 69 69 73 70 42 39 0.45 1 184 179
Wyoming 29 29 29 29 56 58 0 0 114 117
Pacific Contiguous 1,666 1,773 1,537 1,529 532 500 6 5 3,741 3,807
California 1,138 1,229 1,195 1,199 389 359 6 5 2,728 2,792
Oregon 193 195 121 115 55 54 0.20 0.21 369 364
Washington 335 349 221 215 88 88 0.06 0.03 643 651
Pacific Noncontiguous 102 95 109 105 85 79 0 0 297 279
Alaska 41 40 44 46 20 19 0 0 106 105
Hawaii 61 55 65 60 65 60 0 0 191 174
U.S. Total 14,303 12,952 10,793 10,439 4,863 4,763 62 60 30,021 28,215

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.