OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Union Pacific railroad plans to expand its use of renewable fuels and explore using battery-powered locomotives in the coming years to cut its emissions of greenhouse gases 26% by 2030.

To do that, the railroad plans to increase the amount of biodiesel it uses to 10% of all the fuel it uses by 2025, and it will continue working to cut fuel consumption by expanding its use of a cruise control system on its locomotives and refurbishing more older locomotives.

Union Pacific officials said the railroad will also work with manufacturers to develop battery-powered locomotives, but it will likely still be several years before those are available.