I looked up (in the past) how much i could do on my stovetop indoors. Unfortunately I’m limited by having electric, and it wasn’t the volume that would be an issue, it was the time getting to temp or to boil. I’ve seen people who push things to the limit a bit by doing stovetop PLUS having an immersion heater plugged into a different circuit. That seems both dangerous and a bit like overkill. At that point you’re making an electric brewery you could have crafted outside of needing the stove in the first place.
If you’re going into the basement already, why not have an electrician drop in a run for a 30A, 240-250V circuit and upgrade a kettle with it’s own heating element? That way you’d be getting a device that will put that power to JUST your brewing, not as part of other power draws that the devices is rated for, like a stove/oven.
You’re veering into home brewery territory anyway, and electric sure would be nice, especially if you can dial in some control on it.
There are some calculators around for brewing that will get you BTU’s needed, or time to boil based on BTU, etc. The problem is that an average stove burner has about 7000 BTUs. A gas stove can go up to about 15K BTU, sometimes a little more. While a typical homebrew gas burner has about 50K BTU or more, with some up to 80K BTU. All of that means you could boil on the stove, but it might take you 2 hours to bring to boil, not very efficient for brew day.