The NRG Power was introduced in 2005 as the successor to the NRG MC3.
The NRG Power features Piaggio's 50cc HI-PER2 2-stroke engine with a choice of either air-cooled or liquid-cooled versions. Some models of the NRG Power were produced with electronic fuel injection, these models are known as the NRG Power Purejet, however most NRG Power mopeds use a traditional carburettor system. The NRG Power features 13 inch wheels along with a front hydraulic disc brake. Some models of the NRG Power feature a rear hydraulic disc brake, these models are known as the NRG Power DD, models with a rear cable-operated drum brake are known as the NRG Power DT. DD and DT come from the Italian 'Disco' (meaning Disc) and 'Tamburo' (meaning drum).