Connect has been busy with our clients. Here are our case studies.

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.

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Middle Georgia EMC

Middle Georgia EMC (MGEMC) serves extremely rural, residential farming communities in central Georgia and faces several challenges when it comes to internet in its communities.

Washingon EMC

For WEMC, this was a solution that would provide broadband access to 100% of its membership, without adding strain to the lean operations of the utility provider. WEMC will own the fiber and lease excess capacity to Conexon Connect.

Satilla REMC

The Satilla Rural Electric Membership Corporation (Satilla REMC) serves 57,000 homes and businesses in nine counties in south-east Georgia, which represents the largest electric cooperative service territory east of the Mississippi.

Southern Rivers Energy

Georgia’s Southern Rivers Energy teams up with Conexon Connect to be able to bring broadband to members without losing focus on their electric utility business.

Irwin EMC

It was the beginning of a new day back in 1936 when Irwin EMC brought electricity to the small, rural south Georgia community the cooperative served. Members anxiously awaited that single drop cord with a small bulb on the end. Little did they know the impact that electricity would have on their lives. 

Osage Valley Electric Cooperative

Access to fiber broadband is creating what Campbell described as “huge economic opportunity” across OVEC’s service area. 

Central Georgia Electric Association

Central Georgia EMC began exploring options for high-speed internet service two years before the pandemic boosted the demand for it. With a business plan in hand, the EMC got to work doing its research.

Mountain View Electric Association

The electric cooperative is teaming up with Conexon Connect to launch and deploy a nearly 5,800-mile fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network that will reach 100% of the co-op’s members in the portions of its eight counties served in Colorado.