The lithium battery store in Colorado Springs, Colo., is closing its doors after 15 years.
The store was started by Acdelco Energy Solutions, a small electric car dealership that sells batteries, chargers, and other items, according to the store’s Facebook page.
The store’s last customers were in the summer of 2014.
It has since been bought by Lithium Industries, which said in a statement that it will close the store.
Acdelcom, the company that operates the store, said in its statement that the store will “focus on expanding its product offerings.”
The company said that it is working with the Colorado Springs City Council to find a new location.
The closure comes as the number of Americans who have been charged with felonies has increased, according the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics.
The number of felons arrested for drug crimes has decreased by 50 percent since 2000.
In a statement, Acdelcos CEO Michael Gazzaniga said, “Lithium is the leading supplier of high-capacity lithium ion battery packs to electric vehicles.
The closing of this store, along with our efforts to attract more qualified personnel, demonstrates our commitment to delivering innovative, high-quality products.”