An investor  sought compensation for alleged lost profits and diminution in value of its investment due to claimed discriminatory and unfair treatment by a government limiting the ability to arbitrage self-generated electricity against purchases from its regulated supplier. Mr. Pabon’s team conducted regulatory and economic policy analyses on restrictions on the resale of self-supplied electricity and showed that Claimant’s request was flawed because it did not follow regulatory policy and was inconsistent with economic efficiency principles. The team showed that the damages claim was without merit and that Claimant’s request would not add any capability to the utility’s resource portfolio but just to Claimant’s profits.