+ projects per year*
in expected revenue*
engineers and partners*
* Impact of PEM Motion’s sister Center of Excellence in Aachen, Germany.
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.
Recent news on the California Mobility Center
The California Mobility Center, a public-private partnership to foster development of mobility technology, will establish its headquarters in the next few months at Sacramento's Depot Park.
The California Mobility Center is beginning to take shape, though it still doesn’t have a home or a clear set of partners.
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District is trying to raise a venture capital fund to back startup companies developing mobility technology, as part of its effort to establish the Sacramento region as a center for that industry.
The SMUD Board of Directors took a bold step toward fostering innovation in the region by formally approving its Founding Membership in the California Mobility Center, including an initial investment of $5 million to establish the Center.
SMUD CEO and General Manager Arlen Orchard unveiled a vision for the Sacramento region to lead the way in mobility by developing a model for a future Mobility Center that will foster innovation in the clean transportation sector...
Greater Sacramento Delegation to Germany Takes Steps to Establish Region as Leading Automotive Innovation Hub
A delegation of Greater Sacramento leaders will travel to Germany Sept. 25–28 to evaluate programs run by leading German mobility ...