Unfortunately not, the green lens units are a bit like hens teeth as they were not made in the quantity that the red ones were. To find them embossed with a particular electricity boards initials is even rarer, most just had the initials painted onto then.
In terms of the green lamps the Chalwyn version are slightly more common than the Kenyon version but not easy to find.
Kenyons in the early days did make units with clear Bull's eye lenses and later when they introduced the Serilight lens, that could have colour slides fitted and I have a couple of those as well: these were more for road traffic use than electrical safety.
The set of 8 green units I have came from and ex EMEB line engineer who salvaged them from a skip back in the early 80's. Apparently when the technology of paraffin lamps was superseded they were just dumped, nobody wanted them even though the majority had never been used.
Afraid its a case of hunting the auction sites, occasionally they do come up but being quite rare they do command quite high prices, typically 3 to 4 times the price of the standard red ones.
I will try and post some images later on of the different versions