People Behind Power Photo Competition
From breath-taking views to unusual angles, or even hard work personified, you shared your photographs to help us celebrate the work power professionals put in each day to help keep the lights on.
The competition has now closed. Thank you for taking part.
Globally, demand for power is increasing, along with the pressure on engineers to consistently deliver peak performance. Electricity is expected at the flick of a switch in homes and businesses alike, but too few people recognise the hard work that happens behind the scenes.
Shell invited power professionals around the world to capture and celebrate the hard work they put in each day to keep the lights on, for the People Behind Power Photo competition.
The global winner and runner up will be notified directly.
Would the climb be worth it to you for that view? Source: Shell
A wax injector checks industrial gas turbine aerofoil moulds. Source: Bloomberg
In the thick of it - the world’s longest wind turbine blade could cover the entire Colosseum! Source: Bloomberg
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