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According to several articles and news sites, the Philippines faced a power supply shortage leading to rolling blackouts across the country during the years 2014-2015. In late 2014, President Aquino requested the Congress to pass a resolution giving him emergency power to allow the government to provide additional supply and prevent a power shortage in 2015. However, the passing of the resolution was delayed and Aquino admitted that his original plan was no longer feasible. His proposal was tweaked and the Interruptible Load Program (ILP) was recommended for use in the Luzon power grid instead. The ILP essentially enrolls large establishments, including government owned and controlled corporations, with their own generators to voluntarily disconnect from the main grid and switch to their generators instead when a power outage was predicted. Their rationale was that a power outage would cause these establishments to run on generators anyway so it is more beneficial for them to run their generators in an organized fashion.


I.A. Energy Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems recover waste heat from a wide range of small-scale industrial applications and convert it into electricity with zero emissions.The I. A. Energy heat recovery products utilize the Organic Rankine Cycle, which is similar to a steam cycle except that it uses an organic fluid in place of water. The organic working fluid, which has a lower boiling point and higher vapor pressure than water, is used to transfer heat from an external source into a closed loop system. The ORC products are the most compact, cost effective, reliable, and efficient heat recovery systems available today. There are a  number of competitive advantages that  are provided by the proprietary components of the I. A. Energy systems.


Power generation in the Philippines is not considered as a public utility operation, which means interested parties do not need to secure a congressional franchise to operate a power generation company. However, power generation is regulated by the Energy Regulation Commission (ERC) who must issue a certificate of compliance to interested parties to ensure that the standards set forth in the Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2011 (EPIRA) are followed.The ERC is also responsible for determining any power abuse or anti-competitive behavior. Power generation is a value added tax zero-rated (i.e. not subject to 12% VAT) to ensure lower rates for end-users. Electricity in the Philippines is produced from various sources such as coal, oil, natural gas, and renewable sources.