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Table F19: Electricity consumption estimates, 2022

Table F19: Electricity consumption estimates, 2022


State
Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation a Total Residential Commercial Industrial Transportation a Total
Million kilowatthours Trillion Btu
Alabama 32,924 22,391 31,713 0 87,028 112.3 76.4 108.2 0.0 296.9
Alaska 2,050 2,576 1,376 0 6,002 7.0 8.8 4.7 0.0 20.5
Arizona 38,368 31,507 14,312 10 84,197 130.9 107.5 48.8 (s) 287.3
Arkansas 19,251 11,787 17,960 (s) 48,998 65.7 40.2 61.3 (s) 167.2
California 89,542 114,141 47,500 685 251,869 305.5 389.5 162.1 2.3 859.4
Colorado 20,594 21,059 15,018 91 56,763 70.3 71.9 51.2 0.3 193.7
Connecticut 13,191 11,626 2,780 171 27,767 45.0 39.7 9.5 0.6 94.7
Delaware 5,210 4,299 2,030 0 11,539 17.8 14.7 6.9 0.0 39.4
Dist. of Col. 2,519 7,290 182 251 10,242 8.6 24.9 0.6 0.9 34.9
Florida 134,246 96,864 17,636 75 248,821 458.0 330.5 60.2 0.3 849.0
Georgia 61,140 49,541 34,210 144 145,035 208.6 169.0 116.7 0.5 494.9
Hawaii 2,748 2,838 3,453 0 9,039 9.4 9.7 11.8 0.0 30.8
Idaho 9,964 6,837 9,401 0 26,201 34.0 23.3 32.1 0.0 89.4
Illinois 46,479 47,120 41,818 455 135,872 158.6 160.8 142.7 1.6 463.6
Indiana 34,058 23,494 42,480 13 100,044 116.2 80.2 144.9 (s) 341.4
Iowa 15,193 12,470 26,541 0 54,204 51.8 42.5 90.6 0.0 184.9
Kansas 14,444 15,781 11,736 0 41,961 49.3 53.8 40.0 0.0 143.2
Kentucky 26,840 19,674 28,825 0 75,339 91.6 67.1 98.3 0.0 257.1
Louisiana 31,445 23,540 40,144 10 95,139 107.3 80.3 137.0 (s) 324.6
Maine 5,091 4,129 2,655 0 11,876 17.4 14.1 9.1 0.0 40.5
Maryland 28,065 27,623 3,602 392 59,683 95.8 94.3 12.3 1.3 203.6
Massachusetts 20,007 24,444 6,234 299 50,983 68.3 83.4 21.3 1.0 174.0
Michigan 35,035 37,114 28,486 4 100,639 119.5 126.6 97.2 (s) 343.4
Minnesota 23,418 22,549 20,649 20 66,635 79.9 76.9 70.5 0.1 227.4
Mississippi 18,918 14,090 15,972 0 48,980 64.5 48.1 54.5 0.0 167.1
Missouri 37,245 29,791 13,246 25 80,306 127.1 101.6 45.2 0.1 274.0
Montana 5,894 5,020 4,670 0 15,584 20.1 17.1 15.9 0.0 53.2
Nebraska 10,984 9,619 13,242 0 33,844 37.5 32.8 45.2 0.0 115.5
Nevada 14,307 12,428 12,579 7 39,320 48.8 42.4 42.9 (s) 134.2
New Hampshire 4,808 4,085 1,925 0 10,818 16.4 13.9 6.6 0.0 36.9
New Jersey 30,062 37,374 6,754 253 74,443 102.6 127.5 23.0 0.9 254.0
New Mexico 7,283 9,084 10,790 0 27,156 24.8 31.0 36.8 0.0 92.7
New York 52,227 72,206 16,178 2,600 143,211 178.2 246.4 55.2 8.9 488.6
North Carolina 62,444 49,229 27,519 15 139,207 213.1 168.0 93.9 0.1 475.0
North Dakota 5,272 8,392 11,729 0 25,393 18.0 28.6 40.0 0.0 86.6
Ohio 53,312 46,091 50,063 34 149,500 181.9 157.3 170.8 0.1 510.1
Oklahoma 25,479 22,212 21,796 0 69,487 86.9 75.8 74.4 0.0 237.1
Oregon 20,726 16,655 18,924 23 56,327 70.7 56.8 64.6 0.1 192.2
Pennsylvania 56,413 37,219 50,883 530 145,045 192.5 127.0 173.6 1.8 494.9
Rhode Island 3,168 3,746 639 23 7,576 10.8 12.8 2.2 0.1 25.9
South Carolina 32,287 24,131 26,341 0 82,758 110.2 82.3 89.9 0.0 282.4
South Dakota 5,323 4,936 3,208 0 13,467 18.2 16.8 10.9 0.0 45.9
Tennessee 43,604 35,719 22,789 0 102,112 148.8 121.9 77.8 0.0 348.4
Texas 170,596 160,719 143,906 180 475,401 582.1 548.4 491.0 0.6 1,622.1
Utah 11,344 12,871 9,105 46 33,366 38.7 43.9 31.1 0.2 113.8
Vermont 2,187 1,916 1,367 0 5,470 7.5 6.5 4.7 0.0 18.7
Virginia 46,718 68,556 16,861 130 132,265 159.4 233.9 57.5 0.4 451.3
Washington 39,776 29,780 21,227 114 90,897 135.7 101.6 72.4 0.4 310.1
West Virginia 11,137 7,275 14,574 0 32,986 38.0 24.8 49.7 0.0 112.5
Wisconsin 22,888 23,427 23,560 1 69,876 78.1 79.9 80.4 (s) 238.4
Wyoming 3,009 3,611 9,880 0 16,499 10.3 12.3 33.7 0.0 56.3

United States
1,509,233 1,390,873 1,020,464 6,599 3,927,169 5,149.5 4,745.7 3,481.8 22.5 13,399.5
aSales to public railroads and railway systems only. Excludes electric vehicles. Notes: · Consumption is defined as the amount of electricity sold to ultimate customers.·
Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
Where shown, (s) = Physical unit value less than 0.5 or Btu value less than 0.05. Data Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System. See
Technical Notes. http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/