I practice on both, play out on both. They're not the same instrument, like an acoustic guitar and an electric guitar are not the same instrument, like an acoustic piano and an electric piano are not the same instrument. If your question is, can you transfer your practice on an e-kit to your a-kit, the answer is... it depends. If you practice doubles and speed on the bouncy mesh heads of an e-kit and expect the same results on an a-kit, then no. You can't practice dynamics on an e-kit. After listening to the sampled drum sounds of an e-kit through headphones some guys are disappointed with the sound of their a-kits and start to tinker with heads, tuning, sticks for no good reason.
On the other hand, if you understand they are not the same instrument and use the e-kit as a practice tool to develop your ears, your approach to the music, your time, your musicality on fills and solos, and just as a generic substitute that allows you to play when acoustic drums are not an option, then yes.
It really is all about understanding that you've got 2 very different instruments.