Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., the tractor and utility vehicle major in India, entered the field of Power Generation in F-02. Today, the engines under the brand name Mahindra Powerol are powering Diesel Generating sets from rating 5kVA to 500 kVA.
Since F-02, Mahindra Powerol has sold over 270,000 DG Sets & Engines.
Mahindra Powerol has made rapid strides in the Indian genset industry in a very short span of time. Mahindra Powerol DG sets are the first choice of Telecom majors like Airtel, Tata Tele, Vodafone, Nokia, BSNL and MTNL who use the same to support their communication networks across India. Recently, Mahindra Powerol won the prestigious Frost & Sullivan “Voice of Customer” award for the most preferred Genset Brand in the telecom segment in India. The award takes various parameters into account, including industry penetration, up-time, trouble free performance, overall satisfaction, likelihood of buying for future requirements and likely referrals to other customers.
Besides Telecom, Mahindra Powerol DG sets are attracting customers from a diverse cross-section of industries. These gensets are very popular in segments like Banks, Building & Construction, Public Sector Units, Hospitals, Hotels, Manufacturing units amongst other.
Mahindra Powerol DG sets are also available in exclusive showrooms all over India. At present we have more than 70 Retail showrooms selling DG Sets across different cities in India.
Powerol engines have a unique feature:
- Electronic/A1 Governing
- Compact size
- Low vibration
- Fuel efficient
Mahindra Powerol is taking care of the entire value chain of customers. This not only covers areas like personalized transportation of the DG sets, Installation & Commissioning etc., but also encompasses the Annual and Comprehensive Maintenance Contracts at the other end of the spectrum.
Mahindra Powerol has recently launched B100 bio diesel Generator Sets for the Indian Market. The usage of bio diesel fuel (as per IS 15607 2005) would be applicable for all the current range of Mahindra engines between 7.5kVA and 62.5kVA. Mahindra Powerol plans to extend this to other range of engines in the near future.