Launching a broadband network is only the beginning of a long journey that takes commitment, grit and sustained determination.

But co-op leaders are nothing if not determined to better the lives of those they serve. They understand that building a fiber-to-the-home network is not a sprint, it’s a marathon.

Every co-op’s journey is different. From the small – serving economically distressed communities or areas with just one to two meters per mile – to those serving affluent, high-density communities rich in consumer and business members – each finds its own way.

Conexon has partnered with many of those co-ops currently in the middle of their journey. From helping to secure funding, designing and building networks, providing technical support and more, Conexon continues to foster their success. We invite you to read their stories.

North East Mississippi Electric Power Association

After reviewing the feasibility of constructing an FTTH network, the NEMEPA board voted in the fall of 2019 to move forward and selected Conxeon as its broadband partner.

Mississippi County Electric Cooperative

Mississippi County Electric Cooperative’s (MCEC) journey to provide broadband to its members began 10 years ago with a foray into satellite communications.

Cumberland Electric Membership Cooperative

At more than 100,000 members, CEMC is one of the largest electric cooperatives in the nation to proceed with FTTH for members.

Monroe County Electric Power Association

When Mississippi law changed in 2019, allowing electric power associations to deliver broadband services, Monroe County Electric Power Association (EPA) quickly initiated a study to determine the feasibility of offering service.

MidSouth Electric Cooperative

Like other cooperatives, MidSouth EC’s initial focus was on bolstering its own communications and adding efficient smart grid capabilities to its electrical infrastructure.

Tri-County Electric Cooperative

In distance, Columbia, South Carolina and the communities served by Tri-County Electric Cooperative are just a few miles apart. In internet quality, however, they are worlds apart.

East Mississippi Power Association

The East Mississippi Electric Facebook page captured it all: Rural east Mississippians are desperate for high-speed broadband internet services.

Coast Electric Power Association

The coronavirus pandemic has fast-tracked Coast Electric Power Association’s broadband project while spotlighting the tremendous community need in coastal Mississippi.

Natchez Trace Electric Power Association

Natchez Trace EPA is looking to transform the future of members in its most underserved areas with a pilot program funded by the federal CARES Act.

Cookson Hills Electric Cooperative

Cookson Hills Electric Cooperative is rewriting the story in rural Oklahoma with a fiber-to-the-home broadband revolution that leadership hopes members will be talking about for decades to come

Kosciusko Rural Electric Membership Corporation

Kosciusko Rural Electric Membership Corporation is transforming residential and commercial economic development in northern Indiana with construction of Gigabit-capable FTTH network

Delta Electric Power Association

In the Mississippi delta region that Delta Electric Power Association (EPA) serves, the challenges of constructing a fiber-to the-home (FTTH) network start with the environment: rural, hilly, and dotted with irrigation wells.

Pearl River Valley Electric Association

In less than one year, Pearl River Valley Electric Association shifted from no plans for broadband to establishing fiber entity for Gigabit-capable FTTH network in south central Mississippi

Presque Isle Electric & Gas Co-op

Presque Isle Electric & Gas Co-op expands role as trusted community partner in northeast Michigan with construction of a 3,220-mile high-speed fiber broadband network 

Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative

Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative translates RDOF award into opportunity to bring broadband beyond Texarkana region with 5,000-mile fiber network across 4 states

Central Rural Electric Cooperative

With a population density averaging 5 meters per mile in its territory, the Oklahoma-based co-op is looking at a 5-to-7-year build for a 4,500-mile project.

The Leading Rural Electric Co-op Consortium

As a result of Conexon’s efforts, more than 150 co-ops are in the early stages exploring the opportunity to bring economic, educational and societal advantages to their communities and the members they serve with nearly 40 designing and constructing networks today. Contact us for a zero-cost Electric Cooperative consultation.