KAMO Power is one of the six G&T cooperatives that formed and own Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AECI). AECI was created to provide for the electric capacity and energy needs of the six G&T’s. The generation portfolio that AECI provides for KAMO is a mixture of natural gas, coal, hydroelectric, wind and fuel oil. These diverse generation assets that are spread across Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas provide KAMO and in-turn, KAMO’s member distribution cooperatives an economic and reliable power supply.
KAMO Power owns, maintains and operates a transmission system spread over parts of four states. The KAMO transmission system consists of more than 2,700 miles. The KAMO transmission system interconnects with multiple other electric utilities at voltages ranging from 69 kV to 345 kV. KAMO utilizes this transmission system to support the more than 260 KAMO distribution substations to provide the needs for the member distribution cooperatives.