Collapsible eolic generator The collapsible eolic generator is a school project at Buenos Aires University by Marcos Madia, Sergio Ohashi and Juan Manuel Pantano. The main idea of the project was to create an easily foldable power generator to be used in the construction at places where there is no electric service. The generator can also be used to replace the electric service in some small housing. All the equipment can be stored together in one package in order to provide an easy operation. It was planned to be constructed with ultra light materials as aluminium and carbon fiber. The telescopic pole can be mounted in only three steps to reach the final height. The design was thinked to be mounted by two or three men.