Sontirat said other types of energy will benefit from this connectivity, such as trade in liquefied natural gas and renewable resources. In electric power transmission, Wheeling is the transmission of electrical energy (megawatt hours) from an electrical grid to an electrical load outside the grid boundaries. Two types of wheels are 1) a passage where the electricity generation and the load are both outside the limits of the transmission system and 2) a wheel-out where the generation resource is within the limits of the transmission system, but the load is outside the transmission system. Wheeling often refers to planning the transfer of energy from one clearing authority to another. Since the transmission of electrical energy requires the use of a transmission system, a fee is often linked to gearbox owners. In a simpler sense, it concerns the process of electricity transmission through transmission lines. The agreement was signed by Sontirat Sontijirawong, Minister of Energy of Thailand; Khammany Inthirath, Minister of Energy and Mines of Laos; and Yeo Bee Yin, Malaysian Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change. A wheeling charge is a currency per megawatt hour that a transmission owner receives for the use of their energy export system. The total amount of TACs is determined by the following equation: the agreement aims to increase by 2021 the electricity sent by Laos to Malaysia by 300 megawatts, an increase from the first batch of 100 MW. .