‘Te heke mai o te hiko’ - The Future of Electricity

“By 2050 the EEA and its members will have contributed to the realisation of a world where human activity is no longer having a significant negative impact on the planet’s climate and ecosystem. The EEA and its members are fully engaged in the planet’s challenges with respect to climate change, decarbonisation, energy supply resilience, environmental rehabilitation, economic circularity, secure energy systems, and a balanced and equitable world.”

The Electricity Engineers' Association ("EEA") provides a focal point for collaboration and thought leadership in engineering, safety and asset management across the electricity industry. “

OUR ROLE

A focal point for collaboration and thought leadership in engineering, safety and asset management across the electricity sector. We enable members to continuously learn and develop in a dynamic and rapidly changing environment that recognises Aotearoa New Zealand’s cultural diversity and alignment with Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

EEA are:

  • Navigators  
  • Connectors
  • Leaders
  • Experts
  • Capability Builders
  • Supporting delivery and implementation of policy and growing collective understanding and risk management

EEA Transformation Strategy


Transformation Strategy download

EEA Transformation Roadmap



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