Looking after the New Zealand Falcon Kārearea
07 Jun 2019

Aurora Energy and the Department of Conservation have recommitted themselves to working together to conserve the endangered New Zealand falcon. Both parties have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, valid for the next three years, in a joint initiative aimed at conserving New Zealand’s only remaining endemic bird of prey. read more...

Aurora Energy joins beforeUdig
26 Apr 2019

Aurora Energy is signing up to the national online service, beforeUdig to assist contractors to work safely on or around its electricity network. read more...

Stage one complete on central Dunedin cable upgrade
18 Apr 2019

Stage one of the Smith Street project has been successfully completed today. read more...

Major upgrade to South Dunedin electricity supply officially opens
01 Apr 2019

Aurora Energy has today officially opened the newest substation on their network, Carisbrook substation in South Dunedin. read more...

Aurora Energy’s updated ten-year plan continues to prioritise network renewal
28 Mar 2019

Aurora Energy is continuing to prioritise network renewal to provide a safe and reliable power supply to its Otago electricity consumers in its updated plans for the next decade. read more...

Connetics sign on to deliver network programme for Aurora Energy
01 Mar 2019

Aurora Energy is continuing to deliver on its electricity investment commitment with the signing of the first new Field Services Agreement (FSA) occurring this week with Connetics in Dunedin. read more...

Aurora Energy sponsors Festival of Colour for 10th year
26 Feb 2019

Aurora Energy is continuing to power local communities, supporting the Southern Lakes Festival of Colour for the tenth year, in 2019. read more...

Two new appointments to executive leadership team
08 Feb 2019

Aurora Energy has announced the appointment of two new General Managers, Mark Pratt and Sian Sutton to its executive leadership team. read more...

Be ready for severe wind gusts in Dunedin and Otago
26 Jan 2019

A strong wind warning is in place for Dunedin and Otago (except Clutha) from this afternoon. Severe northwest gales gusting 120 km/h in exposed places are forecast from 4:00pm Saturday to 1:00am Sunday. read more...

Storm update Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes, update 8 as at 12:00H
25 Jan 2019

Power has been restored to all but three properties following severe weather damage in Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes late Wednesday. read more...

Storm update Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago, update 7 as at 21:00H
24 Jan 2019

Power is back on for all but a handful of customers in Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes tonight. 4,500 customers lost power last night when severe wind gusts and heavy rain caused widespread damage across the region. read more...

Power restored to majority of customers after severe weather damage, repair work continues, Update 6 as at 17:00H
24 Jan 2019

Field and operations staff continue to work to restore power to electricity customers in Queenstown Lakes and parts of Central Otago. Severe wind gusts and heavy rain caused widespread damage and power cuts in multiple areas last night. read more...

Glenorchy, Storm Update 5 as at 13:00h
24 Jan 2019

From mid-morning today, power was restored to all of the Glenorchy township by generator. We thank customers for their understanding as our crews have worked strenuously to restore power following extensive storm damage with large numbers of downed trees. read more...

Power restored to majority of customers after severe weather damage, repair work continues, Update 4 as at 08:30h
24 Jan 2019

Field and operations staff worked strenuously last night to restore power to the majority of affected electricity customers after severe wind gusts and heavy rain caused widespread damage and power cuts in multiple areas across the Aurora Energy electricity network in Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago. read more...

Severe weather causes widespread damage across Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago electricity network, Update 3 as at 22:30h
23 Jan 2019

Severe wind gusts and heavy rain have caused widespread damage and power cuts in multiple areas across the electricity network in Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago. read more...

Severe weather causes widespread damage across Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago electricity network, Update 2 as at 20:30h
23 Jan 2019

Severe wind gusts and heavy rain have caused widespread damage and power cuts in multiple areas across the electricity network in Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago. read more...