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Displaying items by tag: Aurora Energy

New Zealand’s competition regulator is seeking public feedback on key issues it has identified during its initial assessment of Aurora Energy’s investment plans to make its electricity network safer and maintain reliability.

Published in Energy

New Zealand electricity company Aurora Energy has been hit with a High Court order to pay almost $5 million for contravening its network quality standards through an excessive level of power outages in the 2016 to 2019 years.

Published in Energy

A SIM card stolen from a smart meter has been used to rack up $193,187.43 in data and voice call charges, delivering an 18 month sentence and an order to repay the lot.

Published in Mobility

Crown Fibre Holdings (CFH) - the New Zealand Government company set up to manage and invest in the country's FTTH network - has named three more bidders, including Telecom NZ, for 'priority negotiations' for the Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) initiative.

Published in Development
Thursday, 08 April 2010 17:24

Tasmanian's fibre backbone gets pre NBN upgrade

Nokia Siemens Networks has announced completion of a capacity upgrade to the TasGovNet optical fibre backbone network, provided by Government-owned power utility, Aurora Energy.

Published in Networking
NASA’s THEMIS spacecraft, high in the sky, and a camera network, on the ground, has recorded an explosive phenomenon that caused the jaws of its scientists to drop. A movie shows spectacular outbursts of light as a result of collisions of the aurora borealis, the Northern Lights.

Published in Space
Abigroup Contractors and Tasmanian horizontal drilling specialist Apache Services (Tasmania) have formed a joint venture to install optical fibre cable in Tasmania.

Published in Strategy
The chair of the Tasmanian NBN Co, (and board member of the national NBN Co) Doug Campbell has revealed that NBN Co and Telstra are in negotiations "at the highest level' for Telstra to become a customer of the NBN and a significant shareholder in NBN Co.

Published in Strategy
Doug Campbell, former head of Telstra Country Wide and former deputy MD of Telstra, has been named as chair of the Tasmanian NBN Company (TNBN Co), a joint venture between NBNCo and Aurora Energy that will rollout and operate the National Broadband Network in Tasmania.

Published in Strategy
Claims that the Tasmanian NBN is progressing according to the schedule promised in April don't stack up.

Published in Cornered!
Thursday, 16 July 2009 11:00

NBN coming to Tasmania: first tender called

The first stage of the National Broadband Network (NBN) deployment is about to begin in earnest with the release of a tender for the supply of fibre optic cable.

Published in Technology Tenders
The Tasmanian Government, in its state budget, has confirmed it will invest $12.7m into Aurora Energy and has announced other initiatives designed to maximise broadband opportunities created by the National Broadband Network (NBN), which will be rolled out first in Tasmania.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 09 June 2009 19:04

First space storm seen impacting above Earth

For the first time, scientists have pinpointed a space storm hitting the Earth’s atmosphere. This first-time recorded event could help scientists predict solar storms on Earth, helping us to protect our electronic equipment, power grids, and satellites.

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Published in Space
The owners Basslink power cable linking Tasmania to the mainland seem intent on using its optic fibre to become a wholesale telecommunications carrier, rather than simply selling dark fibre access to a third party via the Tasmanian Government.

Published in Networking




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