Luanda, Angola, 14 April – The managing director of Danish company Vestas in Portugal, Mário de Graviria Forbian, said in Luanda that in 2012 his company planned to set up an industrial unit for production of power using the wind in Angola.
Forbian said the decision was based on Angola’s political and economic stability and the country’s financial capacity.
The Vestas managing director, who was speaking at an Angola-Denmark forum, said that the company was operating in Cape Verde and spoon would also be in the Mozambican market by taking advantage of funding that the Mozambican government had been given to invest in renewable energy sources.
The forum was attended by the Angola Industrial Association (AIA), the Angola Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIA), the National Agency for Private Investments and Danish companies that operate in the Angolan market. (macauhub)