Mr Wallck hoped his company would receive support from local authorities to develop a wind energy project in the province.
Nguyen Quan Chinh, vice chairman of the Quang Tri People’s Committee, said that results of initial surveys allowed the province to develop hydroelectricity and solar and wind power projects with a total capacity of over 5,000MW. He affirmed the province’s support to investors, including Infunde Development, in energy and wind power development in the locality.
However, the two sides should conduct feasibility studies for these projects, said Mr Chinh.
Infunde Development was set up by international experts specializing in energy development in Asia-Pacific. The company has implemented projects in poverty reduction and social welfare, giving investment priority to developing countries with big potential for renewable energy development.
In Vietnam, the company has been carrying out some energy projects, including a hydroelectric power plant in Lao Cai province and a wind power project in Ninh Thuan province.