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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).
Taupo electricity distributor, Unison Networks is undertaking a project in the central business district that will improve the reliability of electricity for businesses and residents on Redoubt Street and Story Place.
Power restored to all customers following power cut in Napier this morning
Around 12,000 customers in Napier are currently without power due to a fault on the network.
Unison Networks Limited has become the first company and electricity distribution business in New Zealand to attain certification to the ISO 55001 standard, regarded as the benchmark for asset management globally.
A group of eight electric vehicle (EV) enthusiasts, driving 5,000 kilometres across New Zealand, will be stopping at iconic Hawke’s Bay locations on Monday 26 March.
The Trustees of the Hawke’s Bay Power Consumers’ Trust have now decided on the future ownership of the shares in Unison Networks Limited.
The Hawke’s Bay Power Consumers’ Trust heard a number of power consumers speak to their submissions on the future ownership of Unison Networks Limited. At the public meeting held at the Napier Conference Centre on Friday, the Trust heard from 11 of the 21 submitters.
Unison Networks is continuing its support of junior rugby in Hawke’s Bay by extending its sponsorship deal with the Hawke’s Bay Rugby Union (HBRU) through to 2021.
Unison Networks is advising customers to make the most of the fine weather this weekend and ensure they are prepared for potential power cuts next week as remnants of Tropical Cyclone Gita head towards the North Island.