Electricity Revenue by Utility in US

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Electricity revenue and counts broken down by utility company and by sector, since 1999, from the US Energy Information Administration (USEIA).

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This dataset has the following 29 columns:

Column NameAPI Column NameData TypeDescriptionSample Values
yearyearnumberYear the data is recorded
utilityNumberutilitynumbernumberID number of utility (reporting entity) “99999” is not a utility ID; it represents an adjustment factor.
utilityNameutilitynametextName of the utility
statestatetext2-digit State Code that the utility is primarily in
partparttextA=Bundled Service, B=Energy Only Service, C=Delivery Only Service, D=TX Energy Service Providers
serviceTypeservicetypetextProvider Type. Designates electric service types as either Bundled (reported on Schedule 4 Part A or D), Energy (reported on Schedule 4 Part B) or Delivery (reported on Schedule 4 Part C). Total revenue nationally includes all components.
dataTypedatatypetextO=observed, I=imputed
ownershipownershiptextOwnership Type: One of 10 different types of ownership categories: Federal; Political Subdivision; Municipal Marketing Authority; Cooperative; State; Municipal; Investor-Owned; Retail Power Marketer (Energy Service Provider); (Wholesale) Power Marketer; and Unregulated. “State” ownership refers to statewide organizations whose scope is larger than county level.
baCodebacodetextAbbreviation for Balancing Authority. For a complete list, navigate to: https://www.eia.gov/conference/2015/pdf/presentations/kaplan.pdf
resRevresrevnumberRevenues from residential customers (in thousands of dollars). Residential revenue is the billed amount.
resSalesressalesnumberElectricity sales to residential customers (in megawatthours). Residential sales is the billed amount.
resCustrescustnumberNumber of residential consumers (meters, or customer accounts). Note: Each residential customer in an aggregated account (as for a residential buying cooperative) should be counted as a separate customer, if metered separately.
resPricerespricenumberPrice in cents per kilowatt hour for residential consumers (calculated)
comRevcomrevnumberRevenues from commercial customers (in thousands of dollars). Commercial revenue is the billed amount including demand revenue.
comSalescomsalesnumberElectricity sales to commercial customers (in megawatthours).
comCustcomcustnumberNumber of commercial consumers (meters, or customer accounts). Note: Each location in an aggregated account (as all restaurants in a chain) should be counted as a separate customer, if metered separately.
comPricecompricenumberPrice in cents per kilowatt hour for commercial consumers (calculated)
indRevindrevnumberRevenues from industrial customers (in thousands of dollars. Industrial revenue is the billed amount including demand revenue, reactive demand charges (if applicable), high-voltage discounts (if applicable), etc.
indSalesindsalesnumberElectricity sales to industrial customers (in megawatthours)
indCustindcustnumberNumber of industrial consumers (meters, or customer accounts). Note: Each facility is counted as one customer even if power is taken and metered at more than one point.
indPriceindpricenumberPrice in cents per kilowatt hour for industrial consumers (calculated)
transRevtransrevnumberTransportation revenue. Beginning with the 2003 data cycle this sector replaces “Other” (thousand dollars). Revenues for the sales of power to electrified rail and urban transit systems whose primary propulsive energy source is electricity.
transSalestranssalesnumberTransportation sales. Beginning with the 2003 data cycle this sector replaces “Other” (megawatthours). Sales of power to electrified rail and urban transit systems whose primary propulsive energy source is electricity.
transCusttranscustnumberTransportation consumers. Beginning with the 2003 data cycle this sector replaces “Other”. Customer counts for the sales of power to electrified rail and urban transit systems whose primary propulsive energy source is electricity.
transPricetranspricenumberPrice in cents per kilowatt hour for transportation consumers (calculated)
totalRevtotalrevnumberTotal revenues of all sectors
totalSalestotalsalesnumberTotal electricity consumed by all sectors (megawatthours)
totalCusttotalcustnumberTotal number of consumers in all sectors
totalPricetotalpricenumberPrice in cents per kilowatt hour for all consumers (calculated)