Jersey Electricity's unit sales of electricity fell by 4% from 177 million to 170 million kWh in the 13 weeks to the end of December.

This fall was primarily due to unseasonably higher temperatures in December. This weather effect more than offset the underlying growth attributed to a larger year-on-year customer base.

Revenues in its energy division however rose by 5% due to an average tariff rise of 9% on 1 January 2013, offset by the lower unit sales.

At 9:57am: (LON:JEL) Jersey Electricity Company (The) Ltd share price was 0p at 313.5p