Chargers like these unveiled in Fort Collins earlier this year will soon be installed at Centerra of Loveland.
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Finding a place to charge an electric car in northern Colorado is about to get easier. Centerra of Loveland announced Wednesday a network of electric vehicle charging stations will be installed at the master planned community north of Hwy 34.
A Tesla Model S at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Jan. 15.
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High-flying billionaire Elon Musk's Tesla Motors has seen its shares skid the past couple days because they've been downgraded by analysts and because of a YouTube clip showing one of the all-electric luxury cars engulfed in flames earlier this week.
Just before noon ET, a share of Tesla was trading around $169.50 — down about 6.5 percent for the day and $25 (13 percent) below its 52-week high of $194.50.
Tesla Motors has outsold several luxury carmakers in California in 2013, on the strength of its Model S, seen here in the foreground. The Telsa Roadster is behind it.
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It's been a good year for Tesla Motors, the luxury electric car maker, particularly in California, where it's selling more cars than Porsche, Jaguar, Lincoln, or Buick. In 2013, the company has sold 4,714 cars in the state, according to the California New Car Dealers Association.
Roughly a week after the City of Fort Collins unveiled its first DC quick charger, Denver International Airport says it will install 10 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in its parking garages.