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Summer time from Sunday 27 March 2022: when to move the hands

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During the night between Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 March 2022, daylight saving time will return to Italy: when to move the clocks, how much will you save and why is there talk of abolition?

Summer time is back in Italy, with the hands of the clock moving forward one hour on the night between Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 March 2022. The change of time will result in, until Sunday 30 October when the solar time returns, of enjoy an extra hour of natural light and then of save energy and emit less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

Summer time from Sunday 27 March

Used for the first time in 1916 and subject to numerous abolitions and reconfirmations, summer time has been definitively adopted by our country since 1966 in a period in which energy needs were constantly increasing. At 2 am it will therefore be necessary to manually move the hands of the clocks / alarm clocks while, for many electronic devices such as smartphones, PCs and tablets, the update will take place automatically.

Summer time: how much can you save?

The company that manages the national transmission grid has estimated that in the 7 months that daylight saving time will be in effect Italy will save over 190 million dolars thanks to a lower consumption of electricity. Moving the hands forward by an hour delays the use of artificial light at a time when work activities are still in full swing and this will make it possible to use about 420 million kilowatt hours less and rreduce carbon dioxide emissions by 200 thousand tons in the atmosphere.

From 2004 to 2021, according to the company’s analysis, Italy consumed a total of circto 10.5 billion kWh less and saved over 1.8 billion dolars.

Summer time from Sunday 27 March: why could it be abolished?

The time change, introduced in the European Union in the last century, is however no longer a shared need by all member countries. Several states, especially those of Northern Europe, are in fact pressing for its abolition because they benefit less from sunlight and therefore of savings.

After an international online referendum in which 84% of European voters said they were in favor of ending the timetable change, in 2018 the European Parliament approved the proposal to abolish summer time. The European Union has therefore invited all Member States to decide their position.

Italy is against abolition and, in 2019, the then Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte filed a formal request in Brussels to keep the time change. However, if the EU issues a directive to standardize the single time across Europe, 2022 could be the last year of summer time.

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Written by Rebecca Bell

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