I am planning to replace my (broken) gas boiler with a 10 kW electric boiler to supply the central heating radiators. I am also planning to replace the existing gas hob with an induction hob (say 4 kW). Hot water for shower and taps is currently supplied from a 3 kW unvented electric cylinder.
Once the electric boiler is installed, I then plan to install grid-connected solar PV panels on my roof. But I have been told by one boiler supplier that theirs is incompatible with solar power, by another that they are unsure and I should consult with the PV installer.
None of this makes sense to me. I had understood that the grid seamlessly takes over from the PV inverter when needed. So the boiler does not experience interference?
Any comments would be most welcome.
UPDATE Many thanks for all your reassuring comments. It may be that there was some concern regarding harmonic or other interference from the output of the inverter. I will find out from the PV supplier.