Webinar BEVSIM sustainability assessment tool

21 Apr 2022

TNO is launching the new web-based impact assessment tool for the automotive industry: BEVSIM (Battery Electric Vehicle Sustainability Impact Model). Register now for the webinar on 21 April 2022 and learn how BEVSIM offers a simplified, holistic solution to environmental, circularity and economic impact assessments!

Register now for the BEVSIM webinar

April 21st 2022, 14:00 – 15:00 (CEST), Online

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The automotive industry is transitioning to a future in which electrified driving will be the standard. As part of the ALMA project’s ambitious sustainability plans for electric vehicles and TNO’s own vision of accelerating the pace towards a circular economy by 2050, TNO has joined hands with industry peers to develop an innovative impact assessment tool called BEVSIM.

The tool is revolutionary in that it not only tackles the gaps and complexities of existing evaluation methods, it allows users to measure and compare the impact of design alternatives, use of lightweight materials, recycling technologies, end-of-life scenarios.

BEVSIM is thus designed to help all actors in the automotive value chain to overcome the complexities and hurdles associated with adopting sustainability and circularity assessments.

Sound interesting to you? Join the webinar on 21 April 2022 and discover more about the ALMA project and its ambitions, and see how the TNO BEVSIM tool can make Design for Sustainability (D4S) and Design for Circularity (D4C) realistically achievable across the entire cradle-to-grave life cycle.

Date and details

  • Thursday, 21 April 2022
  • 14:00 – 15:00 (CEST), Online
  • For all who are interested – free of charge


  • 14:00 – 14:05 Introduction by Raquel Ledo Bañobre
  • 14:05 – 14:45 TNO BEVSIM tool by Rajesh Mehta
  • 14:45 – 15:00 Questions & Answers with the audience

Register now for the BEVSIM webinar

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