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Data for April 2017  |  Release Date: June 23, 2017  |  Next Release: July 25, 2017 
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Table 5.5.B. Revenue from Sales of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector,
by State, Year-to-Date through April 2017 and 2016 (Million Dollars)

  Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation All Sectors
Census Division
and State
April 2017 YTD April 2016 YTD April 2017 YTD April 2016 YTD April 2017 YTD April 2016 YTD April 2017 YTD April 2016 YTD April 2017 YTD April 2016 YTD
New England 2,989 2,961 2,506 2,571 649 669 17 17 6,160 6,218
Connecticut 840 866 623 645 129 136 6 7 1,598 1,654
Maine 268 249 164 158 79 84 0 0 511 491
Massachusetts 1,280 1,260 1,240 1,279 284 287 9 9 2,812 2,835
New Hampshire 294 281 210 214 77 80 0 0 581 576
Rhode Island 182 182 176 180 34 34 2 2 395 398
Vermont 124 123 93 94 46 47 0 0 263 264
Middle Atlantic 6,539 6,476 6,018 6,033 1,598 1,621 143 139 14,299 14,269
New Jersey 1,268 1,264 1,445 1,436 228 220 9 9 2,950 2,929
New York 2,711 2,641 3,300 3,257 303 329 114 109 6,427 6,336
Pennsylvania 2,561 2,571 1,274 1,340 1,067 1,072 20 20 4,922 5,004
East North Central 7,454 7,529 5,798 5,645 4,129 4,084 12 14 17,394 17,272
Illinois 1,653 1,675 1,394 1,376 861 852 10 12 3,918 3,915
Indiana 1,177 1,165 760 716 967 945 1 1 2,905 2,826
Michigan 1,632 1,587 1,349 1,270 694 670 0.17 0.18 3,675 3,526
Ohio 1,962 2,096 1,466 1,460 1,020 1,045 1 1 4,448 4,602
Wisconsin 1,030 1,007 830 823 587 573 0.01 0.01 2,447 2,402
West North Central 3,709 3,606 2,955 2,877 1,898 1,777 1 1 8,565 8,261
Iowa 537 521 341 333 384 361 0 0 1,262 1,214
Kansas 472 475 476 479 256 253 0 0 1,204 1,207
Minnesota 945 891 754 711 503 446 1 1 2,204 2,050
Missouri 1,046 1,047 783 769 234 235 1 0.50 2,064 2,052
Nebraska 337 321 259 255 238 230 0 0 835 807
North Dakota 182 172 194 185 216 190 0 0 592 547
South Dakota 190 178 149 144 67 63 0 0 405 385
South Atlantic 12,171 12,633 8,941 8,903 2,784 2,728 33 35 23,929 24,299
Delaware 208 208 134 140 51 49 0 0 392 397
District of Columbia 96 102 298 323 5 6 10 10 409 440
Florida 3,854 3,829 2,739 2,621 418 404 3 3 7,014 6,856
Georgia 1,815 1,841 1,412 1,372 563 531 3 3 3,793 3,747
Maryland 1,226 1,317 1,001 1,016 103 95 14 15 2,344 2,442
North Carolina 1,861 2,054 1,232 1,269 497 497 0.09 0.17 3,591 3,821
South Carolina 1,071 1,140 665 659 511 486 0 0 2,247 2,285
Virginia 1,599 1,678 1,223 1,266 347 382 4 5 3,173 3,331
West Virginia 441 464 237 238 289 277 0 0 967 979
East South Central 3,896 3,949 2,867 2,752 1,876 1,721 0 0 8,638 8,423
Alabama 1,126 1,131 792 756 644 586 0 0 2,562 2,473
Kentucky 844 876 564 559 497 471 0 0 1,905 1,906
Mississippi 581 583 426 398 325 302 0 0 1,332 1,283
Tennessee 1,345 1,359 1,084 1,040 410 361 0 0 2,839 2,760
West South Central 6,204 6,304 4,736 4,454 3,023 2,791 5 3 13,969 13,552
Arkansas 521 521 291 283 294 276 0.01 0.01 1,105 1,080
Louisiana 744 765 642 631 557 539 0.42 0.34 1,945 1,936
Oklahoma 660 627 464 404 287 242 0 0 1,411 1,273
Texas 4,279 4,390 3,339 3,135 1,886 1,734 4 3 9,508 9,263
Mountain 3,229 3,109 2,716 2,636 1,533 1,522 5 4 7,482 7,271
Arizona 990 960 848 850 261 262 0.14 0.14 2,099 2,072
Colorado 688 669 605 575 344 326 2 2 1,639 1,573
Idaho 306 282 159 153 119 120 0 0 584 556
Montana 216 191 170 162 67 65 0 0 453 419
Nevada 372 365 252 231 196 216 0.20 0.20 820 812
New Mexico 249 237 266 250 140 131 0 0 655 618
Utah 291 291 296 298 172 175 2 2 761 766
Wyoming 117 113 120 115 233 227 0 0 470 455
Pacific Contiguous 6,960 6,334 6,343 6,180 2,076 2,124 23 23 15,403 14,661
California 4,773 4,407 5,003 4,899 1,498 1,560 22 22 11,296 10,889
Oregon 798 705 478 460 221 209 1 1 1,498 1,375
Washington 1,388 1,222 863 820 357 355 0.15 0.18 2,608 2,397
Pacific Noncontiguous 407 364 442 404 335 300 0 0 1,183 1,068
Alaska 167 145 187 168 78 67 0 0 432 380
Hawaii 240 219 255 236 257 233 0 0 752 688
U.S. Total 53,559 53,266 43,324 42,453 19,901 19,338 239 237 117,023 115,295

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. OPTIONS NOCENTER