Scott Zimmermann is an attorney in the San Francisco office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where he is a member of the firm's energy and infrastructure practice, focusing his practice on representing the leading and emerging companies in the distributed solar, energy storage and energy efficiency markets. Scott advises new and established companies and their investors on issues affecting the energy, infrastructure, and clean tech industries, including project development, energy regulatory counseling, debt and tax equity project finance, joint ventures, and start-up counseling. Having previously supported the design and construction of international oil and gas projects, Scott brings 20 years of experience working in the energy industry to his practice. His clients include Vivint Solar, SolarCity, Sunrun, Spruce, SparkFund, Redaptive and Stem. Scott also teaches Energy Project Development and Finance at the UC Berkeley School of Law. Scott received his JD and MS in Energy & Resources from UC Berkeley and his BS in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University.
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