The Topolobampo II combined cycle power plant, located in Choacahui, municipality of Ahome (Sinaloa), produces energy equivalent to the consumption of over three million Mexicans, or 911 MW. Its configuration includes two combined cycle modules two by one, Topolobampo II and III precisely, with a cooling system using an aero condenser.
The project, in addition to meeting the growing demand for electricity in the western part of the country, aims at the modernization of energy infrastructures which aims to replace expensive and polluting fuels, such as fuel oil and diesel, with cheaper and more respectful environment, such as natural gas, for generating electricity. The plant in fact emits low levels of nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, unburned hydrocarbons and volatile organic compounds.
Spina has supplied several types of electrical cables including thermocouples, instrumentation cables, low voltage cables and materials for grounding systems.