In the past few years,Maine's electric utilities have begun to face the forces of competition.Maineis experiencing the effects of a national trend, a shift from a traditional and regulated system to a more innovative and competitive one. William C. Perkins analyzes a number of potential costs and risks of full-scale retail wheeling. This article is taken from the author’s presentation at a December 1994 conference entitled ”Retail Wheeling,” sponsored by the Margaret Chase Smith Center for Public Policy's Project for the Study of Regulation and the Environment.
Perkins, William C. . "Retail Wheeling: A Closer Look." Maine Policy Review 4.1 (1995) : 19 -24, http://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/mpr/vol4/iss1/4.