MainPower has announced a new leadership team with three new roles created, including Operations Manager, Commercial Manager and Chief Information Officer. The new leadership team will guide the company into the next phase of its transformative growth and execution of its customer centric strategy.
The winner of the 2015 MainPower Workplace Safety Innovation Award was Steve Monk, MainPower Plant Operator. Steve’s winning idea was a frame that secures cable drums when they are being transported on forklifts.
Secondary school students from the North Canterbury and Kaikoura region participated in the November EVolocity event at the Mike Pero Motorsport Park, thanks to sponsorship from MainPower.
Katelyn Inch (Lawn Bowls) was named top MainPower Youth Sports Scholar for 2015 at the North Canterbury Sports Awards Dinner, on Friday 30 October at the Ohoka School Gymnasium.
The Mayor of Waimakariri, David Ayers, and MainPower Chief Executive Bruce Emson, officially opened the Burnt Hill Substation at a ceremony held on site on Wednesday 14 October.
MainPower Chief Executive Bruce Emson has joined the Board of the Electricity Networks Association after being voted in by members at the annual meeting, earlier this month.
The St John Bed Push raised over $80,000 for new defibrillators for St John Ambulance.
Recipients for the MainPower Community Fund have been announced with $10,000 to be shared between Wellbeing North Canterbury and the North Canterbury Riding for the Disabled.
Secondary school students in the North Canterbury and Kaikoura region have been given the opportunity to participate in the EVolocity Electric Vehicle Competition thanks to sponsorship support from MainPower.
The Kaiapoi Letterbox Sculpture was unveiled in its new permanent location on the corner of Williams and Fuller streets in September. MainPower sponsored the installation of the sculpture, which was created by local artist Mark Larsen.