About us

“I strongly believe in sustainability. LED lighting is the best choice for every business, environmentally as well as financially.”
– Michael Viggiani, CEO & Founder


Go Green LED International is a solutions-based company focused on expert service and cutting-edge technology and products that can result in a 50% to 70% energy savings for our customers. We are pioneers in the field of sustainable energy and lighting and our principle is simple: to promote energy conservation and emission reduction while delivering significant cost-savings.

Incandescent and fluorescent lighting require regular maintenance, resulting in lofty energy payments and the need to recycle toxic chemicals. The time is now for upgrading your dated, energy-consuming lighting systems.

Go Green LED International is a one-stop shop — we’ll conduct an on-site audit, work with you to select the best lighting products while coordinating government-rebate funding, and provide expert service and support during and after installation.



Michael Viggiani,

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Michael Viggiani is the founder, president, and CEO of Go Green LED International. He is a pioneer in the field of sustainable energy, introducing the first sustainable and LED technology in Rochester, N.Y. in 2008. He is an innovator who holds a U.S. patent related to film preservation with a second patent currently in process. In 2013 he earned the Sustainability Award for the restoration he designed and completed, featuring high-tech LED lighting, on an historic structure at George Eastman Museum, a National Historic Landmark where he has served as facilities manager for 28 years. The award was granted by the Business Owners & Managers Association (BOMA). 

He managed three facilities for the museum totaling more than 200,000 square feet, for which he initiated effective energy-conservation systems. A key project in his career is the $1.5 million nitrate-film storage facility for Eastman Museum — which holds films dating back to 1894, including the original negatives to The Wizard of Oz and Gone With the Wind — which he designed and engineered. He also designed and created the first clean room at the museum and a state-of-the-art climate-controlled vault for the Technicolor collection, plus oversaw renovation of the Dryden Theatre complete with creative uses of LED lighting.

Mike has consulted on major building/property/HVAC projects with several non-profits such as the Hochstein School of Music, Sisters of St. Joseph, and the Clark County Museum in Henderson, Nevada. His educational and professional licenses include: Energy Management & Auditing, Chiller/Low-Temp Chiller maintenance and repair, Backnetting, Stationary Engineer, and EPA Refrigeration He is active with BOMA, ASHRAE, IFMA, AFE, AEE & GVRAHE and sits on the committee for NFPA.




Shawn P. Casey,
Vice President & General Secretary

Shawn Patrick Casey is vice president and general secretary of Go Green LED International Inc., a role he has held for close to five years. He brings to the company experience and insight from 34 years in the construction industry, and managing the facilities for the University of Rochester for 25 years, serving as property manager, contracts manager, and events manager. His operations and technical expertise guide Go Green LED customers through energy audits and product selection and solutions. A proud Irishmen and member of the community, Shawn serves as a member of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee, Gen. O’Rorke Memorial Society, Ancient Order of Hibernians, and Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann. He previously served as a trustee for the Village of Churchville, historian for the town of Riga, and president of BOMA of Greater Rochester (Building Owners & Managers Association). 

Shawn is also an acclaimed musician, performing in the U.S. and Ireland as guitarist with the band 1916, which earned “2015 Album of the Year” honors from a London-based publication. He is a graduate of the APPA Institute for Facilities Management and was a 2014 finalist for the University of Rochester’s Meliora Award for exemplifying the university’s motto (Meliora, which means “even better”) and for excellence in overall job performance.


Kim Carpino
Office Manager / Inside Sales
Ying Blair
International Business Manager