Haakon pays tribute to the name Roald Amundsen (norwegian explorer, the first man to reach the south pole) chose to baptize the big polar plain in 1911: Haakon VII's Vidde (King Haakon the 7th).
This concept is an horizontal axis eolic generator for polar stations, capable to create up to 730W in average south pole wing speeds of 5,5m/s. Enough power to provide heating and lighting to a 4 to 6 people camp.
It's a robust design with components that can resist very low temperatures and high wind speeds.
One of it's main features is it's reduced volume and weight to make the transport, storage and set up as simple as possible. It can be transported by only 4 campers thanks to it's compact volume when folded.