Pragamatism is when you're weighing up the risks, while you're in denial of the fact that current crisis will inevitably bring a great deal of energy-deficit regions to what UN indentifies as energy poverty if not hunger due to destruction of transportaion routes and decline in energy production, covering this by one fairy tale or another. Not the first time I talk about it with you and every time the explanation is different: first it was renewables, then it's p2g, now it's a "smart plan" and we just "do not want to drill holes in the ground because it's bad for the nature", then "we have coal" (where did the topic of nature suddenly go?). This lack of consistency is rather childish and makes me think if you're actually believe what you say.
the topic changes a bit everytime...
1. Present situation:europe is energie deficit at the moment because we dont like to drill holes(or more let giant machines eat great chunks of good soil to get coal out of the ground). buying energie from outside is way cheaper and we dont destroy our nature(smart plan).
2.Resources: thats a choice we made, its not like we dont have enough coal and other fossile fuel in the ground(well regular oil isnt enough there, but unconventionel oil is enough for a long time). there is even enough uran in the ground, but uran mining is realy realy ugly.
3.Future: we are on the way to fix the deficit with green energie and less energie consume. germany has 25% of powerproduction from EEs atm, and its rising fast. p2g is in the last stages of development, its needed because northern europe will soon have to much energie most of the time because of windenergie.