Energy Information Administration (EIA)


The Energy Information Administration (EIA) is part of the US Department of Energy and serves as a primary source of data on energy production, consumption, sales/pricing, and related topics.

Topics currently covered:

  • Electricity price, sales, revenue and number of customers by sector

  • State-specific electricity generation, consumption, and capacity

Key Attributes

Geographic Coverage

United States

Entity Level

Electricity Retail Sales: Country, Census Division, State Electricity State-Level Summary Data: Country, State

Time Granularity

Electricity Retail Sales: Monthly Electricity State-Level Summary Data: Annual

Release Frequency

Depends on the report


Electricity Retail Sales: 2001 onwards Electricity State-Level Summary Data: 2008 onwards

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Future Development: We are working to add tracking for additional energy sources (e.g., natural gas, petroleum, coal, etc.). If you are interested in a particular EIA dataset, please reach out to

EAV Model: All Cybersyn products follow the EAV (entity, attributes, value) model with a unified schema. Entities are tangible objects (e.g. geography, company) that Cybersyn provides data on. Index tables contain all entities of a certain type. Timeseries tables contain all timeseries' dates and values that refer to an entity type. Additional tables, such as the relationships table and attributes table, are used to describe the entities and timeseries. Data is joinable across all Cybersyn products that have a GEO_ID. Refer to Cybersyn Concepts for more details.

Tables & Sources

Cybersyn Products

Tables above are available in the following Cybersyn data product:

Examples & Sample Queries

Sample queries coming soon.


Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, 2024.

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