I’m looking for ideas and insights. I currently have solar panels, wood stove, and oil furnace/boiler with baseboard hot water. The solar panels over produce significantly, the wood stove is our main/only needed heat source in the winter, which means the oil furnace is basically just making hot water for cooking and showers. I am thinking that an electric hot water set up might be a more efficient and cost effective means of producing hot water. We would like to keep the option to run heat through the baseboard during winter vacations. Would an electric hot water heater be sufficient for this? Or would I need to keep the ability to use the oil furnace for this time? Thoughts, suggestions, recommendations for types/models of hot water heaters? Thanks!