Beer maker Anheuser-Busch has made a reservation for up to 800 of Nikola Motor’s hybrid fuel cell electric semi trucks.

The semi trucks will be expected to serve on long-haul deliveries from breweries to distributors, with distribution to begin in 2020.

“Hydrogen-electric technology is the future of logistics, and we’re proud to be leading the way,” said Nikola CEO Trevor Milton in a statement. “Anheuser-Busch has a long history of investing in progressive, sustainable technology and we are excited to partner with them to bring the largest hydrogen network in the world to the USA.”

“By 2028, we anticipate having over 700 hydrogen stations across the USA and Canada. With nearly 9 billion dollars in pre-order reservations, we are building to order, not speculation, and are very excited for what’s to come.”

This deal marks Anheuser-Busch’s second mass order of electric trucks over the past year. In early December 2017, it reserved 40 Tesla semi trucks in what was its largest reservation at the time, estimated to be worth $800,000 based on $20,000 deposits for each vehicle.

In late October 2017, It also completed a 120-mile shipment of 50,000 cans of Budweiser using a self-driving Uber 18-wheeler to a facility in Colorado.

Anheuser Busch has long stated goals to convert its long-haul truck fleet to low emissions by 2025 as part of its 2025 Sustainability Goals initiatives, will call for a 25-percent reduction in CO2 emissions across its entire transportation system. The company is also a member of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s SmartWay Transport program, which uses the agency’s systems for tracking fuel use, average operational expertise, and advocate for fuel-saving projects among its member ranks.