There is a variety of equipment used in the mining industry for a long time in underground mines all around the world. Some machines require substantial amounts of power and need direct connections to external generators in underground, while others can be powered via diesel engine. Some of the most significant underground mining equipment was analyzed and sensitivity analysis was figured out in this study to determine whether it is feasible to incorporate current battery technology into these machines. Currently, diesel engines are the standard power source for light duty mining equipment however they are not a perfect solution. They are a source of ignition, noisy, and emit fine particulates as well as carbon dioxide into the mine. For that reason, current battery technology is being explored as a safer alternative in the mining machines. In this study, underground mining methods and tethered electric powered machines were the focus of the investigation and the sensitivity analysis. The most common of these methods, room and pillar and longwall were reviewed and mining vehicles were selected based on their significance in each method. Because of their tasks, dimensions and energy requirements, locomotives and load-haul-dump (LHD) vehicles are the most important equipment as they are used for each of the mining methods. The main objective of this study is to compare battery powered equipment to tethered electric and diesel vehicles in order to assign sensitivity analysis of LHD and locomotives in underground mining.