First Energy Efficient Bank in Taney County
April 28, 2016
Branson Bank will begin its support of area renewable energy initiatives with the installation of commercial solar power systems at the Highway 248 and Forsyth locations in the coming weeks.
“Investing in clean energy is a way in which Branson Bank can help preserve future resources while benefiting from decreased energy consumption overtime,” said Bill Jones, President/CEO at Branson Bank. “Overall, a ‘net positive’ for our company and the environment.”
The solar panels, provided and installed by All-Tech Energy, LLC are shown to help stop/slow the effects of global warming and will provide energy reliability and independence.
“All-Tech Energy is committed to helping businesses reduce their energy consumption by applying renewable energy solutions that reduce costs and maximize profitability,” said Pharra Mucke, Vice President of All-Tech Energy.
During her State of the City Address at the Branson Chamber of Commerce Meeting, Branson Mayor, Karen Best recently discussed the e3 Project.
“I am focusing on e3 = Economics, Environment, and Excellence,” said Mayor Best. “The future of Branson is bright...so grab your shades!”
With Branson focused in on environmental initiatives, creating renewable energy and economic development, Branson Bank is proud to be the first bank in Taney County to embrace solar energy and its many benefits.