Powered by a mix of leading technology, including solar, battery and peer-to-peer systems, Vector Lights transforms the Waitematā as a guiding light toward a smart energy future. 

Part of a ten-year smart energy partnership between Vector and Auckland Council, Vector Lights is an experience and a destination, giving Aucklanders a focal point for celebration and recognition.

What you need to know:

  • Take a look below at some of the many places to see the bridge from.

  • ​Listen to the music - an audio link will appear below when the show is about to start.

  • Watch the livestream below or on our Facebook page


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Some suggestions of where to watch Vector Lights: 
  • Little Shoal Bay, Northcote

  • Bayswater Marina

  • Mt Victoria, Devonport

  • Queens Parade, Devonport

  • Bastion Point

  • Auckland waterfront

  • Harbour View Beach Reserve, Te Atatū Peninsula

  • Sentinel Beach, Herne Bay

  • Mt Eden


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Vector Lights Launch night on Saturday 27th Jan 2018 
Behind the scenes of Vector Lights 
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Globally, the energy sector is being transformed through innovation and new technology. It’s one of the most exciting times to be involved in the industry and for you as a consumer.

Vector is embracing the change. As the company that powers Auckland and its growth we need to provide an efficient and effective network capable of handling the demands created by the tens of thousands of people from all over the world who choose Auckland as their new home each year.




A harbour crossing was first proposed in 1860, however cost was prohibitive at that time. Construction on the bridge finally began in 1954 and took several years to complete. Until the bridge’s opening in 1959, the fastest way to get from the north shore to Auckland was by ferry; by car it was a 50km drive.

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