Q: What does the Company do?
A: China Recycling Energy Corporation (“CREG" or "the Company") is based in Xi'an, China and trades on the NASDAQ exchange under ticker symbol “CREG”. CREG is a recycling energy solution company engaged in the development, investment, construction and operation of recovered energy power plants for a wide variety of industrial processes, such as steel mills, cement factories, biomass, coke and petrochemical plants in China. They are the only publicly traded waste energy recovery solutions company that is a Builds, Operates and Transfers (“BOT”) pure play, requiring zero capex, allowing customers to focus on their core businesses. Utilizing their fuel-free TRT, CHPG, WGPG or CCPP system, CREG provides environmentally friendly waste-to-energy technologies to recycle industrial byproducts, such as heat, steam, pressure, and exhaust, to generate electricity that can be used on-site or sold to the state power grid. Cost-effective power is produced without additional fuel usage, at low maintenance and operation cost, and with zero emission. Government incentives are frequently preferred to CREG projects. The management and engineering team have over 20-years of experience, proven expertise and field proven reliability record. As a prominent eco-energy solution company in China, CREG takes pride in its commitment to providing economical, clean, reliable solution to intensified environmental concerns and rising energy costs worldwide.
Q: When did CREG go public and what were the terms of the offering?
A: CREG went public through a reverse takeover (RTO) on June 23, 2004. On March 8, 2007, we changed our name from China Digital Wireless, Inc. to China Recycling Energy Corporation.
Q: On what exchange does CREG trade?
A: CREG trades on the NASDAQ exchange under the ticker symbol "CREG".
Q: Can I purchase CREG common shares directly from the Company?
A: No, we do not offer investors a direct stock purchase plan. Investors must purchase CREG stock through a licensed brokerage firm in the public market.
Q: Does CREG pay dividends?
A: CREG does not currently pay dividends. Instead, we choose to retain earnings and invest capital resources to further the growth of our business.
Q: How do I obtain a copy of CREG SEC filings?
A: You can view and print a copy of our public filings under the SEC Filings section or by visiting the SEC's website at
Q: How can I get a copy of the Annual Report?
A: The 2009 annual report upon completion can be downloaded in PDF file format from the Financials section of the Website. You can sign up for email requests for when the annual report and other documents will be available.
Q: How can I get current and historical information on your stock price?
A: The current and historical stock information can be found on the main page of the Investor Relations section by clicking on the “CREG” icon.
Q: Who are your transfer agent, independent auditor, legal counsel and public/investor relations firm?
A: Transfer Agent: Security Transfer Corp; Independent Auditors: Goldman Park Kurland Mohidan; Law Firm is McKenna Long & Aldridge; Investor Relations: American Capital Ventures
Q: How do I replace lost or stolen stock certificates?
A: All questions regarding stock ownership should be addressed to our transfer agent so please contact: Security Transfer Corp
Q: Are there research reports available about the Company?
A: Currently, there is no analyst coverage of CREG.
Q: How do I contact Investor Relations?
A: Email Mr. Howard Gostfrand at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305-918-7000