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When is Daylight Savings Time 2017Many countries change their clock twice a year to observe day light saving time. The date of Daylight Savings Time Starts and Ends may vary with year to year and also depends on location. Muslims, may also see that when does Ramadan end during daylight savings time.
Daylight Savings Time 2017 USAIn United States DST starts on the second Sunday of March at 01:00 AM by setting clocks ahead to 02:00 AM. And it ends on the first Sunday of November at 02:00 AM by setting clocks back to 01:00 AM. DST 2017 will begin on 12th March 2017 and will end on 5th November.
Daylight Savings Time 2017 EuropeIn Europe DST starts on March's last Sunday (26th March 2017) at 02:00 AM and, clocks sets one hour backward at 02:00 AM on October's last Sunday (29th October 2017).
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DST Quick Facts
- The idea of DST was first introduced in 1784 by Benjamin Franklin.
- In 1916, Germany and its allies were the first countries to use DST.
- Out of 196 countries in the world only 70 countries observe DST.
- Arizona (except some areas) and Hawaii, and, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and, Virgin Islands are the only States and Territories of United States that don't observe DST, respectively.
- On 31st October 2007 in a Press Release, Western Power researched and reported despite of saving DST caused "a 0.6% increase in electricity consumption in WA's main grid". PR also stated that "The daylight saving research showed slightly less power was used on days when the temperature went below 30 degrees, and slightly more power when the temperatures went above 30 degrees".