New Zealand mechanics have started repairing cyclone damage to Fiji's electricity equipment.
Fiji's Electricity Authority has estimated the repairs will cost around US$10 million.
The first New Zealand mechanics arrived at the weekend and are working alongside their Fijian counterparts.
Damage to Fiji's electrical distribution network from the February cyclone was severe, affecting hospitals, schools, hotels and thousands of households.
New Zealand's High Commissioner to Fiji, Mark Ramsden, said New Zealand has committed US$673,000 to help restore the electricity infrastructure, including re-erecting fallen power poles and restringing power lines.