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Risks and things to think about

by Paul Baxter | 10th November 2023

In order to be completely honest with our customers, regulator and the press, we want to highlight some risks which exist in our model, where the carbon offsets we are trying to make may not happen as we want.

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Trip Allocation

by Paul Baxter | 10th November 2023

When you take a trip in your car, we allocate the trip to one of the drivers who is insured to drive the car. Where there is only one person in the car.

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What makes us Green

by Paul Baxter | 10th November 2023

We feel that it is only right that we justify to you why we feel confident in making the claim the be The Green Insurer and genuinely do what we say.

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All about No Claims Discount

by Russell Wilson | 25th September 2023

The Green Insurer have created a guide all about No Claims Discounts, covering named drivers, what happens if you claim, falt and non-fault claims.

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B Corp status

by Paul Baxter | 19th September 2023

The Green Insurer’s vision to give customers an option to buy green insurance easily. By entering into the B Corp certification process we holding ourselves to the highest standard.

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How we calculate your rewards

by Paul Baxter | 19th September 2023

Available on Android and iOS. The app shows your green driving score and how much carbon you've offset. You can also see the projects we've used to remove this carbon.

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Missing trips

by Paul Baxter | 19th September 2023

See how to troubleshoot if you have taken a trip in your car and it is missing from The Green Insurer app. If you need help with the app you can contact us.

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The Green Insurer app

by Paul Baxter | 19th September 2023

Available on Android and iOS, you can download The Green Insurer app by scanning the QR code with your smart phone. The app shows your rolling 14-day green driving score and how much carbon you've offset from the atmosphere.

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How we offset carbon for electric vehicles

by Paul Baxter | 18th September 2023

We calculate that on average it takes an additional 3.5 tonnes to manufacture an electric car, compared to a combustion engine car. When calculating the CO2 emissions for electric cars, we include offsetting this over a 10 year period.

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