First and foremost we’d like to apologise to those this leak has impacted. We can and will do better.
As soon as we became aware that the leak had occurred we worked through the night to do what we could to put things right.
We have been working closely with the Environment Agency and can confirm that the situation is now resolved and under control.
We are now reviewing our site procedures to do what we can to reduce the chance of this happening again.
Importantly we’d also like to apologise to the people we employ and the local farms and businesses that rely on us and the clean energy we produce, for giving our non farming neighbours, who have long campaigned for our farm to be closed, another opportunity to get in contact with the press.