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Table 5.6.B. Average Retail Price of Electricity to Ultimate Customers by End-Use Sector, by State, Year-to-Date through February 2011 and 2010
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(Cents per Kilowatthour)
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ResidentialCommercial1Industrial1Transportation[1]All Sectors
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Census Division
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and State
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2011201020112010201120102011201020112010
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New England1616.4214.4814.7712.7513.048.39.4714.7415.08
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Connecticut17.8419.1115.9216.613.7614.9410.6512.3216.5817.58
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Maine15.8115.5112.9412.959.6710.26----13.3613.38
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Massachusetts14.7115.2714.1414.4513.3813.486.817.9614.114.45
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New Hampshire16.3415.6514.3513.9812.7212.7----14.9814.51
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Rhode Island16.2815.7113.0913.4511.6912.4313.7412.8614.2914.27
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Vermont15.8715.0213.7613.110.069.53----13.7513.02
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Middle Atlantic15.1214.6713.3113.338.868.312.7512.213.2213.01
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New Jersey16.3915.8513.3613.6411.9510.7810.9912.5314.3914.2
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New York17.4217.4515.4115.229.419.2213.913.6515.6215.48
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Pennsylvania12.6711.959.7910.068.257.569.617.510.5210.18
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East North Central10.8210.349.219.066.416.376.857.178.928.69
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Illinois10.7810.228.328.516.286.736.696.968.68.6
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Indiana9.428.628.678.086.225.749.388.567.957.36
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Michigan12.311.469.879.57.227.019.5910.7610.039.49
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Ohio10.2710.379.489.585.956.197.299.088.698.85
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Wisconsin12.4811.9410.149.627.16.52----109.47
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West North Central8.98.167.516.975.725.376.375.937.617.06
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Iowa9.538.767.366.845.074.71----7.276.75
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Kansas9.538.898.17.616.375.78----8.27.65
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Minnesota10.39.558.117.766.216.257.597.828.348.01
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Missouri8.237.287.046.225.364.785.444.497.326.49
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Nebraska7.867.527.397.055.555.18----7.016.68
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North Dakota7.16.926.736.55.885.55----6.656.43
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South Dakota8.267.857.346.996.165.66----7.577.17
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South Atlantic10.7310.339.4296.576.519.239.729.619.31
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Delaware13.0312.8111.0311.449.819.42--8.9411.7311.66
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District of Columbia13.4613.2613.3613.387.888.7611.511.9613.2213.2
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Florida11.6210.4310.048.818.958.239.146.610.819.67
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Georgia9.959.289.669.066.336.167.326.969.088.58
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Maryland13.4914.1811.6911.749.179.889.3610.0712.3912.8
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North Carolina9.759.787.98.015.85.796.847.258.58.59
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South Carolina10.7910.239.228.95.675.59----8.88.53
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Virginia9.7310.137.567.786.536.947.487.558.488.87
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West Virginia8.798.267.757.355.895.749.279.237.657.31
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East South Central9.648.739.628.845.915.3712.6310.068.357.63
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Alabama10.6310.0110.389.975.945.45----8.918.51
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Kentucky8.697.98.187.515.134.81----6.966.42
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Mississippi9.839.099.649.166.415.94----8.78.17
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Tennessee9.468.199.998.756.885.9212.6310.068.957.78
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West South Central9.8910.178.538.875.736.069.749.758.328.69
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Arkansas7.858.476.887.615.075.6110.9510.556.727.38
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Louisiana8.148.38.188.395.155.958.339.137.167.6
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Oklahoma8.187.787.126.85.094.57----7.076.69
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Texas10.9511.328.989.46.146.439.939.849.069.47
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Mountain9.699.638.278.135.535.668.898.298.017.99
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Arizona9.889.78.78.515.986.08----8.748.62
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Colorado10.4510.428.618.326.496.439.48.648.738.63
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Idaho7.817.726.496.624.554.69----6.556.55
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Montana9.28.528.98.115.375.62----8.087.59
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Nevada11.7112.479.3310.125.626.447.9910.028.579.39
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New Mexico9.969.778.448.195.695.92----8.188.11
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Utah8.258.146.726.554.594.48.327.496.556.41
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Wyoming8.418.137.427.245.14.93----6.356.15
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Pacific Contiguous12.0411.9511.0510.628.167.218.028.410.8710.49
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California15.0815.212.612.079.749.678.048.4613.0112.83
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Oregon9.288.478.157.475.495.497.466.868.137.51
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Washington8.037.647.487.216.834.148.657.287.576.64
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Pacific Noncontiguous24.0321.9521.6519.3421.8219.03----22.4920.12
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Alaska16.6816.0514.7413.4815.3714.22----15.5814.57
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Hawaii30.5427.0528.2225.0224.2920.89----27.5124.15
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U.S. Total11.0910.749.999.776.726.5410.6810.639.669.43
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[1] See Technical notes for additional information on the Commercial, Industrial, and Transportation sectors.
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Notes: • See Glossary for definitions. • Values for 2010 and 2011 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. • Retail sales and net generation may not correspond exactly for a particular month for a variety of reasons (i.e., sales data may include imported electricity). • Net generation is for the calendar month while retail sales and associated revenue accumulate from bills collected for periods of time (28 to 35 days) that vary dependent upon customer class and consumption occurring in and outside the calendar month. • Totals may not equal sum of components because of independent rounding.
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Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-826, "Monthly Electric Sales and Revenue Report with State Distributions Report."
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