I remember the all-electric apartments I lived in when I was young, 40 years ago. They were comfortable enough, but far more expensive than the apartments I had with gas or oil heat. The VEPCO bill was always a killer, but more aggravating was that when the electricity went off NOTHING worked except the water faucets.
The most energy-resilient apartment I ever lived in had steam heat and hot water provided by the landlord, a gas stove, and electrical outlets to power the lights, the TV and a stereo. When VEPCO cut off my electrical service, I could still cook, bathe and keep warm (in winter). I could survive.
The drive to electrify everything is, frankly, stupid. It will be expensive to implement, expensive to live with and horribly inconvenient in practice.