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eSpotlight: Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC)

Welcome to another edition of eSpotlight, where we give our Partners, Members, Clients, and Preferred Service Providers (PSPs) a chance to tell their story about their work with the California Mobility Center (CMC) and what they bring to the future mobility table. This week, we are happy to be featuring a post by the Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC).

GSEC is the catalyst for innovative growth strategies in California’s Capital Region. The organization spearheads community-led direction to attract, grow, and scale new businesses, develop advanced industries, create jobs and investment throughout a six-county region. As a CMC founding partner, GSEC spearheaded and helped advance the CMC into the leading future mobility center.

Read GSEC’s blog, below, to learn how California continues to lead the global charge in future mobility innovation with its forward-thinking policies, advances in electric charging infrastructure, and EV market share. Also find out how the CMC has been positioned as a magnet for mobility companies from around the world, and what this means for the future of mobility.

Why Greater Sacramento is Leading in Clean Mobility

Shaping the Future of Clean Mobility

California continues to be a global leader in innovation for zero emission vehicles. What does this mean for the future of the state as it relates to clean mobility? Greater Sacramento, the state capital, is paving the way: creating assets, policies and initiatives to advance the green economy and technology.

Since 2018, the Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC), Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), City of Sacramento, Sacramento County, California Air Quality Management District (CARB), Sacramento State, UC Davis, Terzo Power Systems, SACOG, Los Rios Community Colleges in partnership with PEM Motion out of Germany worked on building a world-class facility called the California Mobility Center (CMC) to help electric vehicle companies commercialize and help early-stage companies go to scale.