In 2013, SN Power Peru completes the process to automize and remotely control its main hydropower plants. The Remote Control project automates key processes of the main plants of SN Power Peru - Yaupi, Malpaso, Cahua and Gallito Ciego - so they are remotely operated from a Control Center in Lima.
This optimization makes SN Power Peru the company with the highest effective power output under remote control in Peru.

In January, the president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, inaugurates Desenvix’s wind farm in the northeast part of the country.

In July, SN Power signs an agreement to sell 100 percent of its shares in Norvind S.A., whose sole asset is the Totoral Wind Farm in Chile, to Latin America Power (LAP), a Brazilian energy company.

SN Power enters into an agreement to buy Statkraft's 20 percent share in the 500 MW hydropower plant Theun Hinboun Power Company (THPC) in Laos.

THPC is a Laotian power company owned by EdL Generation, Laos (60%) GMS Power, Thailand (20%) and SN Power (20%).
This acquisition represent the first investment of SN Power in Laos.

Bringing the 10-year cooperation to the next phase, Statkraft and Norfund signed a final agreement to restructure and prolong their cooperation within renewable energy.