Because mobile users demand high quality and energy-friendly video delivery service that efficiently uses wireless resources, we introduce a green video delivery system using moving route navigation and playout buffer control based on the mobile throughput history data. Our system first determines the optimal travel route to realize high-speed and energy-efficient communications. Then when a user enters a high throughput area, our system temporarily extends the video playout buffer size, and if allowed, the user remains in the high throughput area and aggressively downloads video segments until filling the extended buffer via a high-speed and energyefficient wireless connection. After leaving this area, the user consumes video segments from the extended buffer in order to keep smooth video playback without wireless communications. Computer simulations along with laboratory and field experiments on the system performance confirm that our system can achieve green mobile video delivery.