powered by renewable energy

Delivering innovative and sustainable energy solutions for the commercial and public sectors in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

1 MWp floating solar | Auckland

Projects from bare land to shovel ready

develop

Projects from bare land to shovel ready

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Design and delivery of renewable energy projects

build

Design and delivery of renewable energy projects

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Operations and maintenance for renewable energy assets

maintain

Operations and maintenance for renewable energy assets

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Real world knowledge and practical engagement

consulting

Real world knowledge and practical engagement

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1 MWp floating | Watercare

1 MWp floating | Watercare

who we are

A team with a vision

We are creating a new energy future and making the world a better place, not just for our customers but also the communities we all live in.

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Zespri Headquarters | Tauranga

Zespri Headquarters | Tauranga

what we do

Partnering in new energy

We specialise in developing, delivering and financing innovative and integrated renewable energy and electrification solutions for a rapidly evolving world.

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10.5 MWh, battery | Rarotonga

10.5 MWh, battery | Rarotonga

projects

Delivering better outcomes

Vector Powersmart has delivered landmark solar and battery projects for both utility-scale and commercial customers in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

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in good company

We’re trusted by customers who value the same things we do: reliability, ownership and flexibility.

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related projects

Udy Group - Tarewa Mega Centre

Udy Group - Tarewa Mega Centre

Creating new revenue streams

Udy Group is a commercial property investment company that owns commercial property

Watercare

Watercare

NZ’s first 1 MW floating solar project

Watercare has set the ambitious energy target to be energy neutral by 2025 at its two large treatment centres

Aitutaki

Aitutaki

being part of the community

The Cook Islands Government set renewable energy targets in 2010 to transform their energy sector