We’re going Green!

We installed solar panels at five Franklin Savings Bank locations this summer!

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Solar panels will deliver 177KW of power to five of our branch locations!

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The polution emissions offset by our system is the equivalent of eliminating over 364,624 miles driven in a gas powered car.

Check out our solar usage in real-time!

Click the images below to view FSB’s solar power usage at our Goffstown and Merrimack locations.

Chart of solar power in Goffstown
Merrimack Solar Energy Chart
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Solar panels will eliminate 319,855LBS of CO2 annually from the atmosphere.

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Each year our system will generate 204,723 kilowatt-hours of electricity

Why we chose solar energy

In an effort to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, Franklin Savings Bank partnered with NH based ReVision Energy [www.revisionenergy.com] to install solar panels on five of our locations: Franklin, Gilford, Goffstown, Bristol, and Merrimack. Across these five branches, the cumulative 537 solar panels will generate enough electricity to offset roughly 320,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) every year.

Fossil fuels are the leading source of greenhouse gas emissions and the main cause of the global climate crisis. Transitioning to clean, solar power is a strong investment in the future of our company, our communities, and our planet, as well as an opportunity for Franklin Savings Bank to further support the well-being of our customers and employees.

To see what our systems are producing at our Goffstown and Merrimack locations, both today and across their lifetime, click on the corresponding images above.

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“We have always taken great pride in being environmentally conscious when it comes to protecting our environment for future generations to enjoy. We felt it was time to expand upon some of the things we have been doing in this area. And, we want to be viewed as a responsible, conscientious corporate citizen by our customers and the communities we have proudly served for over 152 years.”

-Ron Magoon, President & CEO

 

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