The motors use brushless technology, characterized by the absence of vibration, high reliability and low maintenance costs. Power sources are two lithium polymer compound battery packs, each of 54 cells, weighing 45 kg, located behind the seats, on the aircraft CG. With a single pilot, the batteries automatically move forward, restoring the balance of the plane.

Initial calculations show that about 15% power is enough to maintain level flight; takeoff and climb to cruise altitude will obviously require a greater power demand.
In a flight school situation we estimate about one and a half hours of autonomy. According to data supplied by the battery manufacturer, around 1000 charge cycles will be possible, so the cost per flight hour will be relatively low.