Bloom Energy (NYSE: BE) shares fell 25% in after hours trading after the company reported that it will restate more than 3 years of financial statements.
Bloom said miscalculations were a result of certain revenue from customer contracts being recognized immediately, rather than over the lifetime of the contract.
The company said that this would have a material affect on 5 quarters of results, dating back to 2016.
The company said it will also restate certain prior financial statements due to an accounting error related to its MSA’s (Managed Service Agreements).
Bloom stated that these adjustments are unrelated to the service business, life of the servers, or service contracts.
John Doerr, Lead Independent Director, said in a statement: “Bloom Energy has a long track-record of groundbreaking innovation that is overseen by a highly engaged Board and experienced management team. We are committed to upholding the highest standards of oversight and compliance and remain focused on executing our long-term strategy and creating value for all stakeholders”
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Bloom Energy is a publicly traded company headquartered in San Jose, California. It manufactures and markets solid oxide fuel cells that produce electricity on-site. The company delivers highly reliable, resilient, sustainable and cost effective on-site electricity for organizations globally.
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