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We offer a range of safety and supply services designed to cover all your electricity needs.
It's simple, electricity is dangerous. That's why we actively promote safety to ensure our customers always know how to be safe around electricity.
With over 110,000 customers we're committed to supporting the growth and well-being of our communities.
Unison is looking for people who value safety & well being, excellence, customer service, integrity and team work.
Unison is wholly owned by Hawke's Bay Power Consumers's Trust (HBPCT).
Unison Networks is partnering with electricity retailers, community organisations, other lines companies and the New Zealand Government to launch a free, home-based energy coaching service, EnergyMate.
Unison has signed with ASX-listed TechnologyOne, to adopt OneEnergy; an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system that will provide an integrated asset management and business operations platform.
Unison Contracting Services has formally entered into a multi-year Field Services Agreement (FSA) with Aurora Energy to help deliver Aurora Energy’s network programme, with the new contracts started yesterday.
Budding women’s rugby players will have the opportunity to meet Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Champion Black Ferns while honing their skills at the Unison Girls’ Rugby Gala Day, which aims to encourage more female participation in our national game.
Unison Networks has announced it will partner with Sport Hawke’s Bay as part of the side-line behaviour programme, Be Part of the Team.
Unison Networks has announced its continued support of Central Football Federation by extending its partnership for a further three years.
Unison is delighted to be confirmed as Hosting Sponsor for the 2019 Annual Connection Competitions and Excellence Awards being held at the Hawke’s Bay Sports Park from 24-26 September 2019.
Unison Networks has entered a one-year partnership with New Zealand’s premier Junior Triathlon event, Future ChampioNZ Triathlon Festival, to be held in Taupō from 14-16 December.
In a move to bolster the resilience and boost capacity of Waimarama’s power supply, electricity distributer Unison Networks has introduced back-up generation capability into the community.