Skip to main content
You have permission to edit this article.

High-speed internet coming to rural western Kentucky communities through new partnership

  • Updated
  • 0
ethernet internet

Kenergy announces partnership with Connexon to bring broadband to rural Kentucky

(WEVV) -- A new partnership aims to bring high-speed internet services to rural areas of western Kentucky.

Officials with Kenergy said Tuesday that the utility was partnering with the internet service provider "Conexon Connect" to bring world-class internet service to multiple counties in our western Kentucky area.

Communities that will be able to access the new service include those in Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, Hopkins, McLean, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Union, Webster, Breckinridge, Caldwell, and Crittenden counties.

Kenergy says the partnership with Conexon Connect will deploy a nearly 7,200-mile-long fiber-to-home network. This is also Conexon Connect's first partnership in Kentucky.

Officials with Kenergy say the goal is to eventually expand fiber broadband access to all of the utility's 49,000 members.

For more information on the new service, Kenergy customers can visit or call 844-542-6663.

Download the free 44News apps to get the latest stories and alerts sent straight to your mobile device

Recommended for you