The ride-hailing company Uber announced on Tuesday that it will operate 100% electric vehicles by 2040.

Uber took the initiative a step further by committing $800 million to help drivers make the switch to battery-powered vehicles. 

The program will offer discounts for vehicles bought or leased from Uber’s partners in the auto industry; General Motors, Renault, Nissan, Mitsubishi.

Uber will also offer discounts for charging and a fare surcharge for electric and hybrid vehicles.  

This move comes soon after competitor Lyft announced that every vehicle on its platform will be electric by 2030.

A recent study found ride-hail services create around 50% more carbon emissions than private car trips.

Uber and Lyft combined have over 7 million drivers around the world.

Major corporations are making power moves to lower carbon emissions. Hopefully, these programs will push competitors and lawmakers towards more sustainable decisions.