The use of the transmission facilities of one system to transmit power and energy by agreement of, and for, another system with a corresponding wheeling charge, e.g., the transmission of electricity for compensation over a system that is received from one system and delivered to another system).
The process of trading and moving electricity across the grid by companies who do not generate or use the power. For example, when an ESP or ESCO who buys power from an IPP in Pennsylvania buys transmission rights and then transports the power in order to sell it to Ohio consumers.
Moving electricity from the generating facility to the customer over one or more separately owned electric transmission and distribution systems.
A transaction between two utilities that are not electrically connected requiring the use of the transmission facilities of a third party. Often, the third party considers these transactions as buy/sell arrangements.
A service provided by a transmission system between a buyer or a seller in different jurisdictions. For example, if a utility in Michigan wanted to sell to Quebec, it could request that Hydro One wheel the power to Quebec. Hydro One would then receive a wheeling fee for doing this.
The transportation of power to customers.
The transfer of power and energy from one utility over the transmission system of a second utility for delivery to a third utility, or to a load of the first utility.
The use of the transmission facilities of one system to transmit power for another system. Wheeling can apply to either wholesale or retail service. See also WHEELING SERVICE, WHOLESALE WHEELING, REGIONAL TRANSMISSION GROUP.
The transmission of electricity to various companies by a company that does not own or directly use the power.
The transmission of electricity by a company that does not own or directly use the power to various customers. Wheeling service contracts can be established between two or more systems.
The process of transferring electrical energy between buyer and seller by way of an intermediate utility or utilities.
the use of the transmission facilities of one system to transmit power and energy by agreement for retail or wholesale customers on another system with a corresponding wheeling charge
The use of transmission facilities of one utility system to transmit power to another utility system, or between customer facilities within a single utility system or between systems.
Delivering electricity from a remote power supplier through the transmission system of another party.
The transmission of electricity by an entity that does not own or directly use the power it is transmitting. Wholesale wheeling is used to indicate bulk transactions in the wholesale market, whereas retail wheeling allows power producers direct access to retail customers. This term is often used colloquially as meaning transmission.
The transmission of power that has been generated by one entity over the lines of another utility system.
The transmission of electricity owned by one entity through the facilities owned by another (usually a utility).
The process of transmitting electricity over one or more separately owned electric transmission and distribution systems. (See Wholesale and Retail Wheeling.)