Could be, yes, will be, no. Maybe in some states, but coal mining country will fight it tooth and nail to preserve mining jobs, just like the military won't stop building unneeded tanks to preserve tank building jobs. Coal plant owners will keep saying they can make "clean coal" by carbon capture and sequestration and put little to no investment into it because it will take 1/3 more energy to do it. They could boost rates to pay for it, but the reality is, if it impacts their bottom line they aren't going to do it quickly or willingly.
Then there's the real tough sell - getting America's car loving populace to completely convert to all electric cars or ride non-fossil fuel public transportation. This may happen eventually, but I just don't see it in 30 years. 50 maybe. Millennials are tilting in that direction, the next gen or two will go all-in. Then it's just wait for the old fogies like me to die off.