SN Power becomes the partner of LNJ Bhilwara in India and becomes a shareholder of 49 per cent of Malana Power Company, which in turn owns the hydropower plant Malana, with a capasity of 86 MW (later upgraded to 109 MW). 

Malana Power Company  also has the development rights to a new run-of-river power plant, Allain Duhangan with 192 MW capasity and an expected annual production of 800 GWh (SN Power's shareholding: 43 percent).

Allain Duhangan has already received approval from the UN’s Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), which confirms that the plant will reduce Indian CO2 emissions by 495 000 tons annually on average. Allain Duhangan opens for limited operations in 2010 and starts full operation in spring of 2012.