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Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2020
(Million Dollars)

Table E10. Residential Sector Energy Expenditure Estimates, 2020 (Million Dollars)





State
Primary Energy


Electricity
Retail
Sales




Total
Energy e




Coal a


Natural
Gas b
Petroleum Biomass


Total e

Distillate
Fuel Oil


HGL c


Kerosene


Total


Wood d
Alabama 451 (s) 122 (s) 122 4 578 3,940 4,518
Alaska 234 118 11 (s) 129 25 389 472 860
Arizona 544 (s) 121 (s) 121 16 681 4,751 5,432
Arkansas 372 (s) 83 (s) 84 15 470 1,871 2,342
California 6,483 8 562 6 576 84 7,143 19,413 26,556
Colorado 986 5 218 (s) 223 42 1,251 2,531 3,782
Connecticut 715 692 244 1 936 18 1,669 2,949 4,618
Delaware 141 31 54 1 86 1 228 627 855
Dist. of Col. 134 1 (s) 1 (s) 135 310 445
Florida 370 1 219 (s) 220 1 591 15,021 15,613
Georgia 1,851 1 217 (s) 218 8 2,077 6,996 9,073
Hawaii 23 (s) 19 19 (s) 42 863 904
Idaho 206 8 85 (s) 94 49 349 892 1,241
Illinois 3,141 5 403 1 409 11 3,561 6,022 9,583
Indiana 1,149 17 233 2 252 25 1,426 4,217 5,643
Iowa 499 10 297 1 308 10 816 1,815 2,631
Kansas 584 (s) 124 (s) 124 8 715 1,747 2,462
Kentucky 512 6 123 2 131 21 664 2,818 3,483
Louisiana 390 (s) 46 (s) 46 1 437 2,943 3,380
Maine 44 437 192 23 652 58 755 825 1,579
Maryland 1,010 198 202 2 402 13 1,425 3,551 4,976
Massachusetts 1,770 1,038 281 4 1,323 26 3,120 4,469 7,589
Michigan 2,510 44 636 2 681 68 3,258 5,831 9,090
Minnesota 1,046 55 422 1 478 35 1,559 3,020 4,579
Mississippi 237 (s) 111 (s) 111 3 352 2,011 2,362
Missouri 1,039 1 233 1 234 36 1,309 3,923 5,232
Montana 157 4 142 (s) 147 46 350 605 955
Nebraska 297 1 84 (s) 85 5 387 1,135 1,523
Nevada 477 5 55 (s) 60 8 545 1,624 2,169
New Hampshire 109 351 256 8 616 36 760 912 1,672
New Jersey 2,216 340 116 (s) 456 8 2,680 4,757 7,437
New Mexico 257 (s) 101 (s) 101 38 396 942 1,338
New York 5,595 1,224 669 45 1,938 96 7,630 9,597 17,226
North Carolina 847 57 424 13 493 21 1,362 6,673 8,035
North Dakota 82 14 62 (s) 76 1 159 527 686
Ohio 2,591 115 389 5 509 41 3,141 6,457 9,598
Oklahoma 553 4 125 (s) 129 9 691 2,350 3,041
Oregon 496 21 57 2 80 86 662 2,192 2,854
Pennsylvania 2,541 1,043 425 23 1,491 97 4,129 7,512 11,641
Rhode Island 275 169 51 (s) 220 4 500 693 1,193
South Carolina 393 7 119 2 127 4 524 3,941 4,465
South Dakota 94 7 63 (s) 69 4 167 596 762
Tennessee 588 3 116 4 122 16 727 4,420 5,147
Texas 2,378 (s) 349 (s) 349 5 2,732 18,322 21,054
Utah 605 2 35 (s) 37 13 654 1,101 1,755
Vermont 50 177 160 6 343 41 434 421 856
Virginia 957 153 372 7 532 30 1,519 5,543 7,062
Washington 957 62 187 (s) 249 101 1,307 3,639 4,946
West Virginia 231 24 103 2 129 22 382 1,284 1,666
Wisconsin 1,041 55 417 1 473 55 1,569 3,272 4,841
Wyoming 115 1 55 (s) 56 16 186 320 506

United States
50,342 6,513 10,189 167 16,869 1,384 68,595 192,663 261,258
aConsumption data are no longer collected and are assumed to be zero. — = No consumption.
bIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. Where shown, (s) = Value less than 0.5 million dollars.
cHydrocarbon gas liquids, assumed to be propane only. Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
dWood and wood-derived fuels. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
eThere are no direct fuel costs for geothermal or solar energy. Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.