24 January 2022
As energy systems around the world change to meet the rapidly evolving demands of electrification, decarbonisation, reliability, and affordability, non-wires alternatives must be integrated with traditional infrastructure in a ‘best of both worlds’ approach.
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.
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.
22 August 2019
Several years ago Vector committed to creating a new energy future. We’ve made good progress but as the new energy future takes shape both here and around the world, it’s time to refresh how we present this vision to our customers, stakeholders and communities.
22 October 2018
In celebration of World Energy Day, Vector Lights on Auckland Harbour Bridge will light up this week with a story about New Zealand’s pioneering energy past, and our hope for a new energy future.
20 July 2018
With the trend in electric vehicles (EVs) continuing to rise, it’s clear EVs are going to be central to achieving a clean green future for New Zealand.
29 March 2018
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.