It's a bit uncompetitively priced at £22.50 a month for 512kbps but there's no monthly cap and no 12 month contract - a rarity in the broadband world. There are also the green benefits: Green ISP plants a tree for every new broadband customer, its office is powered by solar panels and Juice, and a percentage of profits go to green charidees such as Greenpeace and FOE. Plus the company works with Treesponsibility to offset its omissions.
We wrote about eco-friendly web hosting a few times already. The next logical step is to have a look at what can be done on the internet service provider (ISP) front, and it just so happens that we recently found out about a British ISP that aims to be as green as possible. It goes by the very original name of GreenISP.Hippyshopper has a nice summary of what GreenISP has to offer: