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Consumer-centric technology a key factor in enabling New Zealand’s new energy future

Vector is backing a more holistic approach to energy resilience amid mounting evidence that new technology will play an ever-increasing role in meeting customers’ evolving energy needs.

Lessons from the UK electricity pricing review

Internationally renowned regulatory economist Martin Cave was in New Zealand this month to share insights from the UK’s retail electricity pricing review.

Joining the dots on the humble LED

Vector’s New Technology Engineer Kate Murphy shines a light on history and the impact that little things can make on energy reduction at scale.

EV Network Integration

This Green Paper represents Vector’s contribution to the evolving discussion discussion around electric vehicle (EV) adoption in New Zealand .

Transitioning to a low emissions economy

In New Zealand, as across the world, we all have a role to play in transitioning to a low emissions economy. The good news is the transition has already started; the bad news is there is not much time left.

Michael Liebreich, State of the Industry Keynote at BNEF EMEA Summit 2017

Michael Liebreich, BNEF Chairman of the Advisory Board, gives his much-anticipated ‘state of the clean energy industry’ keynote at BNEF’s Future of Energy EMEA Summit in London, September 2017.

A view from New York

On a visit to New Zealand, Rory Christian, Director of New York Clean Energy at the Environmental Defense Fund, shares his views about the disruption of the energy sector.

Why Vector is Transforming Auckland

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.

Women in Engineering: The XX Factor at Vector

Ongoing efforts are being made to attract more women into the field of engineering, but what can be done to build this momentum and create a more even representation of women within this sector?

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