Forsee Power on board Electric & Hybrid Marine tradeshow
to present its new smart battery systems


Amsterdan, Netherlands – June 27-29, 2018


Paris, June 17, 2018 –  The Forsee Power Group, a French expert in intelligent battery systems for electric mobility, exhibits its 2018 innovations at the Electric & Hybrid Marine tradeshow in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on booth E7030, from June 27 to 29, 2018.


Since 2015, Forsee Power has been providing lithium-ion battery systems for electric and hybrid propulsion systems for the super-yacht market.


Forsee Power also equips the Energy Observer catamaran, the first autonomous electric catamaran with 100% green energy, whose official commissioning took place in Paris in 2017.


Forsee Power expands its product range, with fully integrated packs

The Forsee Power range, consisting of ZEN (high energy), FLEX (power and energy) and PULSE (high power) systems, is the widest offer available on the market. It allows a wide spectrum of application (full electric, fast charge, hybrid).


Forsee Power further enriches its offer with new all-integrated packs: Zen 35 and Pulse 15. Equipped with an identical format and integrating their own BMS, these packs are designed for easy integration.

Zen 35 provides a high energy density, allowing a day of operations in complete autonomy. Pulse 15 offers high power for fast charging.



Zen 35

Pulse 15

Cell technology



High power capacity


9 C peak, 5 C for 5 min

Power density


488 W/kg

Energy density

130 Wh/kg


Modular system

Packs connected in parallel

Packs connected in parallel

Cooling system

Air cooling system

Liquid cooling system

Weight and dimensions HxWxD

275 kg, 340x450x1723 mm

260 kg, 320x450x1723 mm



These new battery systems, Zen 35 and Pulse 15, will be produced at Forsee Power’s new site in Poitiers France. In March 2018, the Group announced the creation of an industrial site near the Futuroscope for the manufacture of its batteries dedicated to transport. This new site will enable the Group to start mass production and increase capacity to 2,500 vehicle/vessel batteries per year by the end of 2018.