Mean Green, a leading battery-powered, commercial-grade turf care manufacturer and a Generac Power Systems (NYSE: GNRC) company, today announced the expansion of its commercial-grade electric mower lineup with its all-new EVO 96, the world’s largest electric zero-turn mower. With an innovative 96” deck, commercial mowing across expansive properties such as golf courses, parks, and athletic fields is quick and efficient - and now available for order just as the mowing season starts at Mean Green dealers nationwide.

The EVO 96 is the first wide-area lithium-powered commercial electric mower to feature a 96” mulching rear discharge deck with electronic folding wings that reduce the mower’s width to 72.5” for easy loading and transport. The deck also includes baffles that result in 80% of grass clippings being mulched and 20% being discharged out the rear of the deck, creating a clean and evenly distributed turf appearance.

“The golf and landscape markets are ready for the next massive advancement in a heavy- duty electric-powered mower,” said Michael Hoban, vice president Chore Retails Sales & Distribution at Generac. “We understand the preference for our electric mowers and we’re proud to bring the world’s largest electric zero-turn mover, the Mean Green EVO 96, to market this season.”

The EVO 96 also boasts an available 44kWh battery, which can mow continuously for up to 8 hours. Its lightweight aluminum chassis and deck make it nimble and efficient, and its patented battery location helps the mower achieve hillside stability and precision handling. The EVO 96 is capable of a top speed of up to 13 mph and the patented Heavy- duty Impulse Drive SystemTM provides industry-leading performance and reliability. Turf cut height can be adjusted electronically using the SmartDeckTM on-board controls, and its patented blade monitoring system creates optimal cut quality and efficiency.

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