Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk introducing the Semi electric truck. /Wall Street Journal

Walmart’s Canadian unit said it will buy 30 more of Tesla’s all-electric 18-wheeler semi-trucks as part of a plan to have 100 percent of its fleet use alternative power by 2028.

Walmart Canada plans to have 100 percent of its delivery fleet use alternative power by 2028.

Tesla unveiled its semis in November 2107 and they have been pre-ordered by companies like Anheuser-Busch, FedEx, and PepsiCo.

The trucks are reportedly equipped with the company’s semi-autonomous driving system and can go 300 to 500 miles on one charge.

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