Greater Sacramento is situated at the epicenter of global air quality policy, as home to the California Air Resources Board, and within the largest US market for electric vehicles, California. With the California Mobility Center set to launch in 2020 and an already growing sector of research and development, both by private companies and educational institutions, the region is primed to become a world leader in future mobility.
California Mobility Center: A center of excellence
Based on the PEM Motion model in Aachen, Germany, the California Mobility Center will support, fund and commercialize new future mobility technologies and develop and promote new business and policy models for adoption on the international stage. This international hub of innovation will be driven by a sustainable workforce trained in partnership with regional university and community college programs. The first phase of the Center is set to be completed in 2020.