Be it plane, helicopter, car or robot, power has different forms. Accelerating slowly but eventually going as fast as you can takes the same amount of power as accelerating a heavy load quickly but not topping out at a very fast speed.
I asked a friend of mine, who's an American, to check this sentence, which he did, and he said that there were no problems regarding its grammatical structure and everything in that sentence sounded absolutely fine to him, but apart from just saying that the sentence sounded fine to him, however, he failed to provide a coherent explanation as to why there is no article at least before the word plane that starts off the list. And what would be wrong with saying it like this:
Be it a plane, helicopter, car or robot, power has different forms.