"CEVT’s ambition is to play a major part in the wider transition to sustainable mobility."
– Mats Fägerhag, CEO of CEVT
Our focus is to enable and accelerate the shift to a new intelligent mobility through agile innovation, technologies at the forefront, collaboration with partners and a wide range of sustainable solutions.
Our Sustainability Agenda is based on three pillars.
We aim to help society transform how people and goods move around in cities. That’s why we are developing a reimagined form of mobility defined by shared, highly efficient, autonomous vehicles and mobility services attractive enough to make city dwellers abandon private ownership of cars.
When developing vehicles we aim to minimise the environmental impact throughout the value chain. We do this through a focus on innovation, cutting-edge technologies and a wide range of sustainable solutions.
A Sustainable CEVT
In order to build a sustainable future, CEVT must build a sustainable business. We have the ambition to offer an equal, diverse and inclusive workplace where everyone can grow. Where we continually reduce the environmental footprint in our direct operations and across the entire value chain. A profitable business based on well-developed corporate governance and business ethics. This is the sustainable CEVT.
From new vehicle concepts, business models and digital services to extending battery lifecycles and exploring new materials, we are contributing to tomorrow’s mobility. Read more in our Sustainability Report.
CEVT is part of a joint project together with SKF and Luleå Technical University to gain an enhanced understanding of water-based lubrication for future EV transmissions.
In the long term, this project has the potential to not only improve the efficiency of electric vehicles, but also phase out fossil-based oil lubricants.
Cloud-based machine learning to improve battery lifecycle
Driving range, charging speed and the cost are some of the biggest challenges in the transition to EVs, all affected by the battery.
By optimising and learning about battery processes throughout the entire value chain, CEVT aims to not only optimise costs and create additional cash flows, but first and foremost make electric vehicles even more efficient and longer lasting.
Towards a sustainable battery lifecycle
As CEVT works with research and development within the battery field, we are involved in developing a more circular battery lifecycle. The environmental footprint can be reduced in many ways: Prolonging the first life by using the battery in a smart way, ensuring batteries are designed for easy use in a second life, and finally designed for easy recycling.
Lisa Åkerlund, System Engineer at CEVT with a PhD in organic batteries and Ulrika Westerling, Senior System Engineer are just two of the many experts working to progress battery technology.
Doing things right
We care about doing things right. If you have questions or concerns, reach out. We offer a safe place for our co-workers and third parties to speak up.