Posts Tagged: Gisborne

Tertiary engineering scholarship 2018: applications close 31 October

Tertiary engineering scholarship 2018: applications close 31 October

Every year, Eastland Group awards one or more scholarships to outstanding students from the region who are studying civil, mechanical, electrical or chemical and process engineering. The scholarship is worth $5,000, and comes with the possibility of paid holiday work with the company. Applications are open now. “2018 is shaping up to be another big… Read more »

Energy champion appointed to Electric Village

Energy champion appointed to Electric Village

Tairāwhiti has its first ever energy champion, with Katherine Evett appointed to the newly created position. Katherine will be based in Electric Village, New Zealand’s first community-focused energy hub. Electric Village is a one-stop-shop for advice, exhibitions and discussions about the future of energy. It will open in Gisborne in the next couple of months,… Read more »

Electrifying New Zealand’s Pacific Coast Highway

Electrifying New Zealand’s Pacific Coast Highway

Region-wide network of electric vehicle chargers confirmed after government announces $251,000 in funding Tairāwhiti is driving towards a cleaner, greener future with the government’s announcement that it will co-fund a fast charging electric vehicle network across the region. Several months ago Eastland Group, the regional infrastructure company that owns Eastland Network (the lines company for… Read more »

Powering Tairawhiti into the future

Powering Tairawhiti into the future

Innovative new ‘energy hub’ to open in Gladstone Road. A community space where everyone can share their ideas for powering the region. Emerging technologies, solar trial learnings and EVs to be showcased. Our region is set to lead the way in emerging technologies, with the establishment of an innovative new community-focused energy hub. A first… Read more »