The arrival of a commercial electric vehicle company that is shaking up a traditional auto production line with AI-powered microfactories has been chosen to build electric buses for California-based Anaheim.

The Federal Transportation Administration awarded Anaheim a રની 2 million grant in 2019, and on Thursday the city’s transportation network announced plans to partner with Advent to achieve California’s first all-electric bus fleet by 2025.

The UK-based company said Anaheim, which operates transit services to and from Disneyland and other local attractions, will be the first customer for its lightweight battery bus. Arrivals will begin with five 40-foot buses, but have not responded to requests for more information about when the buses will start and when to expect more in the fleet.

Buses for Anaheim will be built in Rock Hill, South Carolina, at the first U.S. microwave actor’s car. Another microfiber of arrival is Charlotte, North Carolina, but the startup aims to have 31 microfactories across the country by the end of 2024.

The arrival partnership with the Anaheim Transportation Network also includes employee development programs, the EV company said in a statement. Local community colleges with electrical and mechanical engineering programs will be able to offer internships to eligible students to gain experience working with zero-emission transport.

“The arrival will change the face of public transport when the bus hits the roads,” said Mike Abels, CEO of Advent Automotive. “Our first order from a US transit operator is just the beginning.”

Advent, which was recently announced by an SPAC merger, has a very significant share. Last year, it signed an agreement with UPS to carry out initial orders for 10,000 electric delivery vehicles by 2024. In May, the company partnered with Uber to purposefully create an EV for ride-hauling, and the company announced last week. Initial order of 3,000 EVs from Dutch “Car-a-A-Service” company, LeasePlan