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Rohit Chandra, CEO, OMC Power, selected as a Top Ten leader in Green Energy

Leading by Passion and Perseverance

Committed to add value to the industry and lead a change in the country’s current energy portfolio Rohit Chandra co-founded OMC Power in 2011. OMC Power builds, owns, and operates power plants and smart mini-grids to serve telecom towers, businesses, and communities in rural off-grid areas. Under his leadership, the brand supplies reliable and affordable power to lakhs of people, thousands of businesses, and hundreds of telecom towers. Today, OMC Power’s Pioneering ABC model is established as the largest, and one of the most successful, mini-grid company in the world.

To know more about Rohit’s journey and the company’s contribution to the world, CEO Insights engages an exclusive interview with him.

Read the interview here


OMC Mitsui Covid-19 Community Outreach

As a distributed rural electric utility with deep roots in the community, it was evident to OMC that the fallout of Covid-19 went beyond health and that economic distress was leading to hunger. To help mitigate some of this distress,  OMC launched a community outreach initiative in collaboration with our enlightened Japanese stakeholder, Mitsui &Co. Ltd., to distribute three thousand food packets designed along WHO and WFP guidelines, and tailored for local preferences.

Food Packet

A small step to provide some nutritional succour to over 15,000 people during an unprecedented crisis.

Read more in the OMC Mitsui Covid-19 Community Outreach blog post.

OMC’s layered services for rural communities

As well as providing power to homes, businesses and other organisations in rural areas, we offer a number of other services including refrigeration for agricultural produce and electric vehicle charging points.

Read more here: OMC Power For Communities

Renewable power for telecom.

Running a mobile network in emerging markets is often costly and polluting.

Expensive diesel fuel powers generators that run 24/7. If there’s grid power, it’s both unreliable and expensive. So operators spend 40% of total OPEX on power & fuel.

That’s why we provide Minigrids for telecom ››

Imagine if there was no power.

How would you charge your phone? Read at night? Heat your food? Cool your home?

To millions of people, this is everyday life. In rural India, only about half the population has access to grid power. And in rural Africa, it’s 25%.

That’s why OMC provides Minigrids for communities ››


crisil_small OMC is rated “SP2A” signifying “High Performance Capability & High Financial Strength” (the second highest rating for a RESCO) by CRISIL – India's most prominent credit rating agency and part of Standard and Poor’s.