Largest emitters such as coal, natural gas and old bio-fuel sources like wood-fired cooking, will be directly displaced first due to convenience & cost savings.
Demand for inefficient peaking power plants will fall fastest in developed regions.
Time-of-Use net metering systems will become adopted as their benefits become apparent by increased grid storage. This accelerates all renewable energy installations.
Existing nuclear will remain economic but new plants and upgrades will not compete economically.
All centralized energy generation will become less economically viable competing with onsite dispatchable energy that includes HVAC.
Electric vehicle adoption will increase due to cheaper and more flexible, onsite energy supply.
Urban personal rapid transit systems and long distance electric transit systems will see lower energy costs.
New technologies being investigated in Aluminum smelting may turn CO2 byproduct into O2 production, completely eliminating a major GHG emission source overnight.
Resulting global emissions begin falling immediately and compound quickly.