Michael Viggiani, president of Go Green LED International Inc., recently announced the company’s alliance with One Stop Supply to expand its capability to distribute clean energy products to government and commercial industries.
Go Green is a Rochester company focused on providing new technologies in sustainable energy and lighting solutions. Viggiani founded the company in 2008.
“Go Green’s mission is to continue to be pioneers in the field of sustainable energy and lighting,” Viggiani said. “Our guiding principle is simple — to promote energy conservation and emission reduction while delivering significant cost savings to the consumer by means of clean energy and lighting technology innovations.”
One Stop Supply is an authorized dealer for electrical supply products located in Scottsville. It’s real-time ordering, inventory selection, account managers and statewide delivery systems align with Go Green’s product line and goals to provide quality customer service and delivery.
“Go Green’s client base is saving 50 to 70 percent on energy costs while at the same time reducing the carbon impact on the environment,” Viggiani said. “Partnering with One Stop Supply allows us to better serve our growing customer base with an outstanding local supply company.”
Taylor Stepien will head up the company’s efforts integrating the new product lines.
“This alliance will provide municipalities and contractors with a single-source provider for all their sustainable and renewable needs,” said Angella Luyk, CEO of One Stop Supply.
One Stop Supply is a certified Woman Business Enterprise by New York State. The WBE status is an attraction for Go Green LED International’s client base as the government pushes municipalities to provide more opportunities and award contracts to qualified minority and women-owned businesses.
“There is a major push for municipalities to decrease carbon emissions and save money by upgrading to LED lights,” Viggiani said. “Now this alliance will help them reach their goal of purchasing supplies from WBE as well.”