In 2009, SN Power establishes SN Power AfriCA to expand activities to Africa and Central America. The subsidiary later changes its name to Agua Imara.

In October, SN Power and the Tata Power Company, one of India’s largest industrial companies, sign an exclusive cooperation agreement to develop hydropower projects in India and Nepal.

The same year, Statkraft acquire another 10 percent of SN Power and thus become the majority owner.