The article argues that the current structure of the mining concessions granted by the State of Chile is affecting the development of renewable energy projects. Then, it explains how this conflict could be settled using the accommodation doctrine developed in Texas. It is also discussed how the accommodation doctrine might be adapted for the Chilean legal system, and how this solution would help to mitigate the factors that are stopping or delaying or adding costs to renewable energies projects.


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