According to a statement released, priority will be given to projects developed on soil degraded sites such as brownfields, in order to avoid conflicts about the usage of farmland. However, both ground-mounted plants and roof projects will be eligible.
The French Ministry has removed the requirement of bank guarantees before submission of the tenders to avoid disadvantaging small- and medium-sized businesses.
Furthermore, the tender will take into account the carbon footprint of the projects and their contribution to research and development in terms of increasing innovation and employment in France.
The deadline for tender submissions is this September 16.
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