Wiring in a 'movable island'
We have a 36 x 36 "island." I say "island" because it might be better described as a cart -- it's on wheels. It's on wheels because this is a small kitchen in the middle of the house -- we sometimes need to move it out of the way to move stuff around!
We have had a couple appliances sitting on top of the island for years. There is a wall outlet within reach and the cords drape through the air without much danger as we can't walk that direction anyway.
Now there is a further complication. We would like to install two single-element 220v induction hobs in this island. Each hob requires 20A protection.
There is unused space within the island to run wiring and / or mount junction boxes. There is also room under the counter so that there is room to mount the hobs.
There is a full, un-finished basement with easy access to run whatever wires would be needed.
My ideal situation:
Both induction hobs as well as at least one 120v outlet in the island.
One induction hob and one 120v outlet.
One induction hob.
Is there any good way to do any of these without removing the wheels and making the "island cart" into an island by permanently affixing it to the floor? For one hob I can envision a 12 gauge cord running to an appropriate outlet installed in the wall - but it gets more complicated with two hobs and wanting that 120v outlet.
Any and all help would be appreciated!