Resilience lessons: Orion's 2010 and 2011 earthquake experience

Kestrel Group was commissioned to carry out an independent assessment of Orion’s responses to the Canterbury earthquakes, including the performance of Orion’s infrastructure and systems, and reflecting on mitigation and preparedness over preceding years.  
 
This report identifies ways that Orion has been proactive in building a resilient electricity supply. Orion’s earthquake experiences could inform other line business and Civil Defence and Emergency Management authorities.

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