This scenario shows a conventional analysis that attempts to make the GHG transition by 2050. Due to delays and growth constraints, the transition is not competed until 2057. Temperatures drop substantially, but not to the desired 1.5 °C. The excessive natural gas usage in electric generation results from the rapid switch of end-use demand to electricity and the inability of renewable generation to ramp up fast enough. This scenario does not include own-use energy or burden-sharing.