What is Daylight Savings Time?

Daylight Savings Time 2017 – In this generation, almost all of the young professionals are working in the Business Process Outsourcing or popularly termed as the BPO industry, it might be in telecommunications, graphics or digital media sales and services. If people are going to ask them about the different time zones in the Unites States of America, surely that they can answer, BPO industries are familiar with the types of time zones because they are the foremost users of DST.

The superficial description of the Daylight Savings Time or the DST contributes a significance to the working world especially in business.

Here is a description of the topic and how it works, DST or Daylight Saving Time is observed in the United States simply to maximize the use of daylight. Often called as the ‘Summer time’, they move their clocks one hour behind to conquer longer mornings, depending on their located time zones. It is particularly done in the North America in accordance with the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Initiated in 2007, DST is designed to begin at 2:00 AM on the 2nd Sunday of March until 2:00 AM on the 2nd Sunday of November. However, some of the US states and territories do not observe DST; The Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, Hawaii and Arizona to name them.

One concrete and viable reason for the DST is to observe its efficiency in energy saving. As far as people know, if anyone lives near the equator, the hours between mornings and evenings are equally divided into 12, on the other hand, if someone lives in the northern part of the equator, chances are, he or she might experience longer usual daylights. The effects will take place on the energy consumption and the use of artificial lights with the power of electricity. By reducing an hour of our time, the amount of energy can be cut while consuming lights in the evening. According to the U.S Department of Transportation, by effectively trimming down the time, the usage of energy within the whole state every day is cut down to 1% by implementing DST.

To sum it up, DST affects the energy consumption to further save it. The world is not in the 20st century anymore and time speeds by, technology is undeniable and population is growing larger. Imagine what the Daylight Saving Time can do for our environment? It is one way of reducing the risks and the pollution evolving in first world countries because it is believed that the earth is the interconnection of all its entities surrounding it.

When is Daylight Savings Time 2017?

Start: March 12

End: November 5

When is Daylight Savings Time 2016?

Start: March 13

End: November 6

When is Daylight Savings Time 2015?

Start: March 8

End: November 1