It is a perfect 10 for Florida’s clean power ambitions this week after the 10th city in the American state committed to transition to 100% renewable energy.

There was unanimous backing from the City Council of Satellite Beach to shift to renewable energy ‘for the entire community by 2050 and for municipal operations by 2032’, according to a Sierra Club press release.

“I just want to say, Satellite Beach has always been a very forward thinking community, and it started years ago with people before our time. It’s a pleasure to be here with these members; It’s just really gratifying to see where we are today, and to see the things we are doing,” said City Council Member Derek Montaro.

Satellite Beach is the 133rd US city to make the pledge.