No not that!
Just an observation after doing some experimenting with an electric burner.
I use a 60 qt stainless pot as on MLT and a 50 aluminum pot for the boil. With gas it's been faster getting the aluminum pot to a boil than the stainless. I was very disappointed when I could only get about 6 gallons to a good boil on an electric burner with the aluminum pot. Tried the stainless pot. Kept adding water a gallon at a time. It had no problem bringing it to a boil again each time. Got up to 12 gallons with a strong boil and decided to stop the experiment.
Both pots were wrapped equally with insulation and brought to a boil with the lid on and then taken off to hold the boil. The aluminum would get 8 or more to a boil, but as soon as the lid was removed the temperature would begin to drop below boiling (200 or so.) The stainless is fairly thin walled and the aluminum thick. Both are the same diameter (equal surface area.)
So, why the dramatic different results using a gas burner vs an electric burner?