Uber has announced an agreement for Nissan to supply up to 2,000 electric cars to its drivers in London.
The taxi company has around 45,000 drivers in the capital. The deal with car manufacturer Nissan, means drivers will be able to apply to use the Leaf vehicles.
The cars will be manufactured at Nissan's Sunderland factory and can travel up to 168 miles on a single charge.
Uber has raised more than £80 million through its Clean Air Plan to tackle air pollution since it launched in January 2019.
The scheme includes adding a 15p fee to all London journeys.
Nissan Leaf cars will be supplied from the Sunderland plant to Uber drivers in London.
Uber has more than 45,000 drivers in the capital.
Miles can be travelled in the Nissan Leaf from one single charge.
The amount raised by Uber through its Clean Air Plan to tackle air pollution.
Uber says the money is used to support the cost of drivers switching to electric vehicles.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said:
I want green transport to be the new normal, and with one battery electric vehicle sold every 15 minutes last year, we are heading in the right direction.
Uber's general manager for northern and eastern Europe Jamie Heywood said:
Our bold vision for London is for every driver on the Uber app to use an all electric vehicle by 2025.
Transport for London rejected Uber's application for a new London licence in November 2019 due to "several breaches that placed passengers and their safety at risk".
The firm is allowed to continue operating while it appeals against the decision.