the transfer of electrical power through transmission and distribution lines from one utility's service area to another's. Wheeling can occur between two adjacent utilities, or between utilities in different states. Under existing law, qualifying facilities may only transmit their output to their local utility.
"Wheeling" allows utility areas with too much supply to transmit excess power to other utilities with too much demand.
It can be problematic to determine the value of transmitted power. Also it is argued that access to too many parties can reduce reliability.
Learning the lingo is important. Your community will likely need to "wheel" energy in.