I have long advocated the complete and total phase out of all dangerous fossil fuels, including the dangerous natural gas industry, without which the solar and wind energy industry's would collapse in a New York second, maybe even a Hamburg second.
This is why I regard the solar industry as a wasteful exercise, because it's chief function is to serve as a bit of window dressing for the gas industry.
If however you were not representing solar as an alternative to coal, how is it then that one of the "info graphics" describes how many coal plants this alleged solar "capacity" represents?
I note that Germany, which has invested hugely in the failed, toxic, and expensive solar industry, has the second highest energy prices in Europe, showing how this "solar will save us" bourgoeis affectation has impacted the people who can afford it least, the poor. (The highest electricity prices are Denmark's.)
If you would like to argue that this data is not true and either that 26.527 eurocents per kwh is lower than France's 14.466 eurocents per kwh (primarily nuclear), or Poland's 14.618 eurocents per kwh (primarily coal), I would suggest that rather than beat my head in, as you propose to do, it would be wiser to beat in the heads of the European Energy Portal's people, not me. Maybe they will be impressed into telling you what you want to hear, rather than what you should hear in order to be reality based.
I note, again refusing to sign on to join the 60 year old "solar will save us" chanting groups, that Germany seems not to have gotten your confident message about the end of coal - something that would give me, personally, as a critic of dangerous fossil fuels, a measure of respect for their energy policies - since they will complete more than 7 GW of new coal capacity before the end of 2014.
They are not building these to run them for 2 or 3 years. They are building them to run for the better part of a century into the future.
Thus everyone on the planet born between now, and say, 2075 will need to pay the price and external cost associated with the German decision to replace clean nuclear energy with dangerous fossil fuels while robbing it's poor people in order to pay for a solar window dressing.
As for my skull, you may need to bash it completely in, terminating my continued existence on this planet in order to get me to agree to lie to myself or to anyone else.
Thanks though, for the "info graphics" and the opportunity to express my opinion of what they are.
It's been a pleasure. Enjoy the weekend.