KAMO Power, its member cooperatives and its power supplier form a three tiered structure. The distribution cooperatives are at the top and are responsible for using their distribution systems to deliver power to their members or consumers. The distribution cooperatives are owned and governed by those people who are served by the cooperative.
KAMO Power's place is the middle tier. KAMO is responsible for providing power and related services to its distribution cooperative members through its high voltage transmission. KAMO power is owned and governed by the distribution cooperatives it serves.
The power supplier forms the base of this system. KAMO Power receives its power from the Generation cooperative, Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AECI). KAMO Power and five other regional G&T cooperatives formed AECI in 1961 to generate the power needed for the six G&T's.