The Pavilion at Port Orange provides area residents a convenient and classy destination for many shopping, dining and entertainment options. Now, the Pavilion will also add the convenience of Tesla Super Charging stations that will allow patrons with electric cars to “fuel” up on their dinner date or shopping day. Chattanooga-based CBL, which owns Pavilion, announced earlier this week that they will be adding these stations to five of their malls across the United States. The other malls that will feature the stations are Gulf Coast Town Center in Fort Myers, Fla.; Alamance Crossing in Burlington, N.C.; CherryVale Mall in Rockford, Ill.; and Imperial Valley in California. CBL ranks among the first mall developers to enter into a longterm partnership with Tesla, and hopes to support free, energy-efficient, long-distance-travel to Americans across the country. What do you think of this upcoming “green” addition to the Pavilion at Port Orange?