09 June 2020
The storyline for Vector Lights for Matariki Festival 2020 comes to us from Professor Rangi Matamua, recognised expert on Māori starlore and author of the books, Matariki – The Star of the Year and Matariki, Te Whetū Tapu o Te Tau.
13 March 2020
Vector hosts Auckland’s first Power Women | Mana Wāhine event in a panel discussion on how to create an inclusive energy future
31 January 2020
2020 is the 180th commemoration of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. This year’s story is brought to us by Waikato-Tainui.
18 December 2019
Vector Lights show for the Festive Season is based on the story A Pūkeko in a Ponga Tree by author Ihaka Kingi – a New Zealand adaption of the popular song The Twelve Days of Christmas.
28 November 2019
As more of us become electric vehicle (EV) owners and as we shift to a low-carbon future - where the use of energy storage units alongside solar panels becomes more popular - an important question to consider is what happens to these batteries at end of use, or end of life.
24 October 2019
An explanation of the story behind the Vector Lights show for Tuia 250
22 October 2019
A look at some of the key actions from the past year that show how efforts to decarbonise New Zealand’s energy supply are gaining traction.
19 September 2019
The past decade has seen massive development and investment in renewable energy, centred around solar electricity and large-scale batteries. With the South Paciﬁc region at the forefront of the effects of global warming due to rising sea levels, the need to reduce carbon emissions in the Paciﬁc Islands is very real.
17 September 2019
Our development of a Vehicle to Home (V2H) solution for New Zealand continues at pace, mostly thanks to an Energy Efﬁciency and Conservation Authority (EECA) grant to explore the customer and network beneﬁts of V2H technology.