In Berlin they have a street called Wall Strasse. Now home for BEM, Bundesverband eMobilitat, an industry organisation a bit like the Danish Alliance for Electric Cars. The leader Frank Müller proudly showed us eight new charging-points put up along the street: Berlin's electric Wall Street! The only charging points we have met so far where you can pay some coins and get parking and power on the spot. Green Car was the first electric car to charge there and everybody went out from the office to take photos. Around the corner we were invited for a Libanese lunch. In the evening we forgot about the charging points and pulled our long cable from Ida and Hans' fifth floor apartment down to Green Car. That also worked.


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