In Germany, summer time applies again

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In Germany, summer time applies again

The clocks in Germany were put forward one hour
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Summer time has been in effect again in Germany since early Sunday morning. At 2:00 a.m., the clocks were put forward by one hour to 3:00 a.m., so the Sunday night was one hour shorter.

Summer time has been in effect again in Germany since early Sunday morning. At 2:00 a.m., the clocks were put forward by one hour to 3:00 a.m., so the Sunday night was one hour shorter.

Summer time was introduced in Germany in 1980 to save energy. According to critics, however, the resulting energy-saving effects are hardly detectable. In addition, some people complain of health problems from the switch, such as temporary sleep disorders. Others, on the other hand, enjoy longer, bright evenings.

In the EU, abolishing the time change has been discussed for a long time. However, no agreement is in sight so far. The issue is currently on hold. However, a joint approach by the EU states is considered to be important in order to avoid a patchwork quilt.

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Germany summer time applies

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