9 Feb 2022

Cyber risk and the energy sector – what can we expect in 2022?

Late last year, Brisbane based electricity company CS Energy narrowly escaped the full impacts of a sophisticated ransomware attack. Safety and...

8 Feb 2022

Considerations relating to Covid around your table booking

The New Zealand Energy Excellence Awards are scheduled to go ahead on 29 June at Te Pae in Christchurch.

We acknowledge the country’s...

3 Feb 2022

Inclusive energy products and services matter

2021 New Zealand Energy Excellence Awards celebrated The Lines Company (TLC) and its accomplishments in taking home the inaugural Outcomes Award...

11 Jan 2022

Modernising asset management for Powerco

ArcGIS provides renewal planning tool to modernise asset management for Powerco

Background Powerco, established from an amalgamation of...

8 Dec 2021

Seeking innovation in disputes resolution

Not-for-profit organisation Utilities Disputes is offering a grant to fund research into utilities dispute resolution, and support leadership and...

30 Nov 2021

Insights into good wellbeing practices

nib is a proud sponsor of the New Zealand Energy Excellence Awards Well-being Award; we strongly believe that supporting staff and their wellbeing...

15 Nov 2021

Embracing Te Ao Māori

The 2021 New Zealand Energy Excellence Awards Community Initiative of the Year award winner Methanex shone a light on the importance of Māori...

3 Nov 2021

Entry Tips

The New Zealand Energy Excellence Awards categories are chosen to reflect today’s business priorities and offer entry opportunities for...

19 Oct 2021

Woody biomass a winner

The 2021 Low Carbon Future Award resulted in a two-way win for Nature's Flame and Fonterra at this year's New Zealand Energy Excellence Awards....

13 Oct 2021

New Zealand’s energy future visualisation tool

Organisations in New Zealand can make use of the newly launched TIMES-NZ 2.0, an enhanced energy system model designed by BusinessNZ Energy...