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South Wales young photographer wins national award

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

Siobhan Lock, a young photographer from South Wales, was the winner in the Young Future Technology category of the Engineering Employers Federation 2018 Photography Competition. The Awards were announced in November and featured in The Times and other newspapers

The photo, captioned as New Dawn, is an internal shot of the Margam Green Energy Plant.  It shows a complex network of ducts pass around the outside of the boiler which produces enough energy to superheat the water creating steam at 1000oC. 

More information about Siobhan and her work can be seen via https://www.siobhanlock.co.uk/

CREDIT: New Dawn, taken by Siobhan Lock at Margam Green Energy Plant in Port Talbot. Winner in the Young Future Technology category of the EEF Photography Competition 2018. CAPTION: Margam Green Energy is an innovative green energy biomass plant which utilises recycled woodchip material.  Within the main building a complex network of ducts pass around the outside of the boiler which produces enough energy to superheat the water creating steam at 1000oC.  This image looks up into the new dawn of sustainable electricity manufacturing.

CREDIT: New Dawn, taken by Siobhan Lock at Margam Green Energy Plant in Port Talbot. Winner in the Young Future Technology category of the EEF Photography Competition 2018.
CAPTION: Margam Green Energy is an innovative green energy biomass plant which utilises recycled woodchip material. Within the main building a complex network of ducts pass around the outside of the boiler which produces enough energy to superheat the water creating steam at 1000oC. This image looks up into the new dawn of sustainable electricity manufacturing.

 

 

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