Why Choose Boyle?

The Boyle Advantage

1

We are expanding into the solar industry at the same time that our society is beginning to realize that our dependency on fossil fuels is both limited and counterproductive.

Our representatives will take the time to discuss alternatives with clients/prospects and ensure that they are fully informed about how the system they select will perform. We will assist the consumer to answer questions such as... Is solar a good investment? How much will I save on my energy bills? How long before I recoup the cost in savings? What tax incentives are available? How will the solar system affect my property value? We will assist and also direct them to websites that will help them find government incentives and to the Department of Energy.

We are committed to hiring and training our nations veterans.

Our owner and CEO William F. Boyle is a veteran himself and has a deep compassion to put fellow veterans to work. He served in the Navy in the 1960's and was also in the Naval Reserve. Energy production and consumption have been critical issues in this country for more than 30 years. And there is a limited availability of high paying jobs for those who have valiantly served our country once their tour of duty is over. Now by combining the latest technology in the field of renewable energy with his passion to help our nation and the men and women who served, Boyle Enterprises is poised to become a strong competitor in this international market.

2
3

There is a big heart behind our business strategy.

Our business strategy is simple & straightforward, and that is to manufacture solar panels while keeping overhead low! Solar energy comes to us free of charge, we just need to harness this energy. Photovoltaic (PV) cells are the building blocks of all solar systems. The aim of Boyle Enterprises is to manufacture, sell & manage the highest quality products for both consumer and industrial use. Through right practices and by focusing on providing the greatest local and national community benefits, we intend to become a strong competitive force in the marketplace..

Positioned to service future high demand for solar solutions.

Solar demand in the United States is at an all time high. Total solar installations may reach 3,300 megawatts this year, putting this country on track to be the 4th largest solar market in the world just behind China, India & Japan. The Obama Administration is committed to reducing cost for consumers to create true energy independence for our nation. We have recently secured a larger manufacturing facility that will allow us greater space and resources. And with our plans for research and development into new technologies. Boyle Enterprises will become known as the premier "one-stop shop" for all solar energy products<./p>

4

Our Leadership Team

William Boyle

CEO / President


As owner of Wholesale Glass and Mirror, Mr. Boyle realized that the next natural step in the glass business was toward solar manufacturing. Leveraging his glass experience and business acumen, Mr. Boyle embarked on his plan to open a solar power manufacturing plant in America. As a Navy veteran, Mr. Boyle also saw his new venture as an opportunity to give back to his fellow veterans while helping to move the country toward a more environmentally-friendly path. Prior to opening Wholesale Glass and Mirror, Mr. Boyle also owned Berlin Glass. Mr. Boyle participated in a three year glass glazing apprenticeship program, from which he holds a certificate from the state of Maine. This experience provided Mr. Boyle with invaluable knowledge that has helped him structure the apprenticeship course, along with Clean Edison and McDowell Technical Community College, which will train The Solar Connection's veteran and non-veteran workers in solar manufacturing solar installation and management.

Frank Faller

Solar Expert Consultant


While acting as a consultant for The Solar Connection, Dr. Falker holds the position of Managing Director at FSC. Prior to this, Dr. Faller was the Managing Director at Centrotherm Photovoltaics USA, Inc., where he coordinated all sales and service in North America. From 2003 to 2009, Dr. Faller was the Head of Marketing and Sales for Deutsche Solar (Solar World). In this position, he handled the global sale of crystalline silicon wafers to the PV industry. Previous titles include Project Manager for AstroPower and Photovoltaic Specialist for Shell Solar.

Brad Rader

Production Manager


As the Production Manager, Mr. Rader will oversee the hiring, inventory, manufacturing process, equipment maintenance, and safety procedures at the main plant in Marion, North Carolina. Previously, Mr. Rader has worked as a private consulting, advising clients on management styles and accounting, as well as overseeing inventory management, reviewing bids for accuracy, and maintaining profit margins. From 1995 to 2000, Mr. Rader owned and operated his own glass company, ICR Glass and Window in Portland, Maine. Prior to this, Mr. Raider acted as the Vice President of Operations for Rich Renovations. Mr. Rader was a proud member of the U.S. Air Force.

Tony Fisichella Jr.

Company Attorney


Active member of the North Carolina and Florida Bars and Retired Air Force Officer, Anthony Fisichella, Jr. currently operates a private practice in Arden North Carolina, just south of Asheville. He has dedicated himself to bringing all of his experience and expertise to bear in assisting residents of Buncombe and Henderson Counties with their legal needs. “The tireless and zealous advocacy of the residents of Western North Carolina is my first priority. I am honored to be a part of this community and privileged to serve. After his selection for promotion to Major, Tony instead chose to revive a childhood dream. He retired from military service in 2004 and shortly thereafter was accepted to Barry University School of Law in Orlando. Tony graduated in the top 10% of his class, garnering Cum Laude honors and counting among his other accomplishments, top honors in Trial Advocacy.