Goldwind was the first Chinese company to make a major investment in the US with the acquisition of the 100MW+ Shady Oaks project in Illinois in late 2010. The project is now up and running.
Wu's comment comes as major manufacturers Vestas and Siemens have begun making job cuts in the US ahead of the PTC's expiry at the end of the year.
In addition, Wu denied previous reports that Goldwind would enter the European market. Last year, the Portuguese press agency Lusa said the company was preparing to open a plant capable of producing 800 units a year.
Wu said Goldwind had no ambitions in Europe and was comfortable leaving this to technology partner Vensys.