A New Future of Innovation is Emerging in Riverside County
CARB's new headquarters in Riverside County support California's zero-emission goals and help transform the State's transportation systems. It is one of the premier vehicle emissions testing facilities in the world, and a beacon of Riverside's emerging technology ecosystem.
When the California Air Resources Board (CARB) opened its highly anticipated headquarters in Riverside County in 2021, it captured the attention of visionaries and innovators from across the country. The state-of-the-art facility, complete with laboratory space, an advanced chemistry area and vehicle test cells, will support California’s zero-emission goals and help transform the State’s transportation systems. The new CARB campus takes its place as one of the premier vehicle emissions testing facilities in the world.
CARB is a critical node for innovation throughout the state of California, but it is also a beacon of the emerging technology ecosystem in Riverside County. The region has a growing network of innovation centers and incubators that support dozens of start-ups in a wide range of fields, from clean tech and biotech to agricultural tech, and tremendous support from local governments, universities, and industry stakeholders who are committed to seeing Riverside County become a thriving and self-sustaining technology hub.