Definitions for "Retail wheeling"
This refers to the ability of end-use customers of any size to purchase electric capacity, energy or both from anyone other than the local electric utility by moving or wheeling such power over the local utility's transmission and/or distribution lines.
A situation where electric energy producers (or marketers) are allowed to sell their production directly to retail customers while depending on the local utility to provide the actual delivery of the energy. Retail Wheeling is not currently permitted in Kansas.
The use by a power company of another company’s transmission line to distribute power to one of its own customers.