FuelCell Energy is classified as an Accelerated Filer by the SEC so the quarterly 10-Q must be filed within 40 days of the end of a quarter and the annual 10-K must be filed within 75 days of the fiscal year end, which is October 31. The earnings calls are held prior to the filing of the 10-Q or 10-K and are announced via press release, generally two weeks prior to the earnings release date.
FuelCell Energy holds its Annual Meeting of Shareholders in late March or early April. Stockholders are informed of the date, time and location by the Proxy that is distributed in advance of the Meeting and a notice is placed on the Investor Relations section of the Company website.
Beginning October 10, 2016, FCEL is part of Test Group 2 of the SEC Tick-Size-Pilot-Program meaning that the bid/ask is quoted and traded in $0.05 minimum increments, but with certain exemptions for midpoint executions, retail investor executions, and negotiated trades. Learn more from Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) - http://www.finra.org/industry/tick-size-pilot-program
FuelCell Energy is incorporated in Delaware. Initially a research company, FuelCell Energy was founded in Connecticut in 1969 and became a publicly traded company in 1992. The Company was reincorporated in Delaware in 1999.
FuelCell Energy does not pay dividends on its common stock, nor has it historically paid dividends. Any potential future adoption of a dividend will depend upon the financial condition, capital requirements and earnings of the Company, as well as other factors that the Board of Directors of the Company may deem relevant.
FuelCell Energy's Transfer Agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, maintains a telephone response center to service registered shareholder accounts. Registered owners may contact the center to inquire about address changes, stock transfers, and other account matters.
American Stock Transfer & Trust Company
6201 15th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219
A transfer agent for a publicly held company maintains records of every outstanding stock certificate and the name of the person to whom the stock is registered. When stock changes hands, the transfer agent transfers the ownership of the stock from the seller’s name to the buyer’s name. The registrar reconciles all transfer records and makes sure that the number of shares debited (i.e. sold) is equal to the number of shares credited (i.e. purchased).