What we do

600 kWp solar | Niue

integrated renewable energy solutions

Vector Powersmart is a highly experienced business capable of integrating and financing solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and battery energy storage (BESS) systems. Our experienced team and diverse in-house capabilities allow us to partner on large scale projects in a number of ways from project development, financing, construction, to operations and maintenance, and asset management.

develop

develop

finance

finance

build

build

maintain

maintain

737 kWp | Aitutaki

737 kWp | Aitutaki

develop

Vector Powersmart specialise in the development of large-scale greenfield solar photovoltaic (PV) and battery energy storage (BESS) projects.

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1 MWp floating solar | Auckland

1 MWp floating solar | Auckland

finance

Vector Powersmart have been at the forefront of finance solutions for renewable energy projects and we have a number of options to ensure your projects success.

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411kWp solar | Marlborough

411kWp solar | Marlborough

build

With the in-house expertise from project design and engineering through to procurement and construction (EPC), Vector Powersmart has the experience and capability to complete the most complex renewable energy projects.

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energy management system | Niue

energy management system | Niue

maintain

Vector Powersmart offers operation and maintenance services for solar photovoltaic (PV) and battery energy storage system (BESS) renewable energy assets in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

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