Electric Power Monthly

Data for July 2017  |  Release Date: September 26, 2017  |  Next Release: October 24, 2017 
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Table 5.5.A. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, July 2017 and 2016 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
July 2017 July 2016 July 2017 July 2016 July 2017 July 2016 July 2017 July 2016 July 2017 July 2016
New England 874 831 751 729 187 184 4 4 1,815 1,747
Connecticut 257 245 187 184 38 37 2 1 484 468
Maine 60 59 43 41 20 20 0 0 122 120
Massachusetts 393 362 385 368 87 83 2 2 866 815
New Hampshire 78 73 58 57 21 21 0 0 156 151
Rhode Island 55 60 52 52 9 10 0.45 0.43 117 122
Vermont 31 32 26 27 12 12 0 0 69 71
Middle Atlantic 2,257 2,290 1,967 1,986 432 433 38 37 4,694 4,746
New Jersey 563 611 471 499 67 69 2 2 1,104 1,182
New York 977 964 1,142 1,132 90 83 31 30 2,241 2,209
Pennsylvania 716 715 353 354 275 281 4 5 1,349 1,356
East North Central 2,512 2,614 1,716 1,727 1,131 1,150 3 4 5,363 5,494
Illinois 613 636 417 428 233 252 3 3 1,266 1,320
Indiana 388 382 232 220 265 254 0.19 0.16 885 856
Michigan 546 579 400 391 188 190 0.06 0.03 1,134 1,160
Ohio 655 686 425 440 269 281 0.21 0.23 1,349 1,407
Wisconsin 310 331 243 248 176 173 0.00 0.00 730 752
West North Central 1,456 1,378 1,057 987 660 603 0.41 0.40 3,173 2,969
Iowa 209 200 129 119 168 145 0 0 505 464
Kansas 227 222 169 164 79 70 0 0 475 456
Minnesota 287 274 247 218 147 136 0.19 0.20 682 627
Missouri 511 468 331 313 88 85 0.21 0.20 929 867
Nebraska 129 127 87 85 97 96 0 0 313 308
North Dakota 41 38 50 46 60 53 0 0 151 138
South Dakota 52 49 44 42 21 19 0 0 117 110
South Atlantic 4,623 4,731 2,844 2,850 831 846 10 10 8,308 8,437
Delaware 63 65 38 37 14 17 0 0 116 119
District of Columbia 35 33 86 90 2 3 3 3 126 129
Florida 1,540 1,540 851 819 117 115 1 1 2,509 2,474
Georgia 783 832 461 470 182 183 1 1 1,427 1,485
Maryland 388 425 294 305 29 25 4 4 714 759
North Carolina 688 710 413 437 161 175 0.03 0.05 1,262 1,322
South Carolina 429 456 233 243 157 158 0 0 818 856
Virginia 588 558 404 385 93 100 1 1 1,087 1,044
West Virginia 110 113 64 65 75 71 0 0 249 250
East South Central 1,378 1,410 918 912 543 520 0 0 2,839 2,842
Alabama 430 442 257 257 192 186 0 0 879 884
Kentucky 287 284 176 174 137 132 0 0 600 589
Mississippi 216 218 137 130 91 88 0 0 444 436
Tennessee 445 467 347 351 123 115 0 0 916 933
West South Central 2,646 2,736 1,569 1,477 910 798 1 1 5,127 5,012
Arkansas 192 213 102 102 98 97 0.01 0.00 392 412
Louisiana 329 324 215 200 177 136 0.11 0.10 721 660
Oklahoma 285 294 167 161 86 78 0 0 537 534
Texas 1,840 1,904 1,085 1,014 550 487 1 1 3,477 3,406
Mountain 1,487 1,411 979 933 556 569 1 1 3,023 2,915
Arizona 592 594 352 346 87 90 0.07 0.05 1,031 1,031
Colorado 255 257 201 196 109 102 1 1 566 557
Idaho 86 76 50 44 92 85 0 0 227 205
Montana 47 44 46 43 22 21 0 0 115 107
Nevada 233 186 98 80 86 115 0.08 0.07 418 381
New Mexico 107 97 97 94 43 39 0 0 247 231
Utah 140 130 104 100 56 59 0.47 0.47 300 289
Wyoming 27 26 31 30 61 58 0 0 119 113
Pacific Contiguous 2,199 2,026 2,164 2,022 816 833 7 6 5,186 4,887
California 1,792 1,645 1,824 1,699 644 661 7 6 4,267 4,011
Oregon 164 149 131 122 72 71 0.20 0.18 367 342
Washington 244 231 209 202 100 101 0.05 0.04 553 534
Pacific Noncontiguous 102 95 114 109 93 87 0 0 309 292
Alaska 32 30 42 41 20 18 0 0 94 90
Hawaii 69 65 72 68 73 69 0 0 215 202
U.S. Total 19,533 19,522 14,079 13,732 6,160 6,025 64 62 39,836 39,341

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.