‘We are looking forward to a long and collaborative partnership together,’ says chief executive

Newly launched motor broker The Green Insurer has partnered with vehicle glass repair and replacement company Autoglass.

As its new partner, Autoglass will offer vehicle glass repair, replacement and recalibration services to all the broker’s customers nationwide.

The Green Insurer, which launched on 6 December 2023, offers eco-friendly, carbon-offset driven car insurance to UK drivers and rewards policyholders for sustainable driving habits.

It said in a statement that it chose Autoglass as its partner because of its “excellent customer service levels, national coverage for windscreen work and its digital offering”.

“We are a purpose-driven company and as such are very particular about the companies we partner with, only working with business who are committed to sustainability and whose environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) values align with our own,” Paul Baxter, chief executive of The Green Insurer, said.

“We are looking forward to a long and collaborative partnership together.”


Autoglass’ repair first strategy aims to extend the life of windscreens and reduce the amount of wasted glass. 

It has also initiated several policies with the aim of reducing its environmental footprint, including opening three solar-powered units in Reading, Doncaster and Worcester.

Baxter said that in addition to Autoglass’ “skilled technicians and national coverage”, the business was “impressed” by its “repair first strategy” and “efforts to reduce carbon emissions”.

Ian Rowlands, commercial director at Autoglass, added that the partnership with The Green Insurer was “a sign of the progress we have made in becoming more sustainable”.

“Consumers want to know that any work being done on their car is being done in an environmentally responsible way and as such ESG is an increasingly prominent factor in decision making within the automotive insurance industry,” he added.

“Initiating green policies and making a considerable effort to be more sustainable not only helps the planet, but also makes business sense for us as we look to become an even more attractive partner for insurers.”