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Summer Time Coming to Cuba

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  • Walter Lippmann
    GRANMA March 1, 2007 Summer Time Coming to Cuba Clocks in Cuba will be moved up an hour on midnight, Saturday March 10. Daylight Savings Time takes effect in
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 1, 2007
      GRANMA
      March 1, 2007

      Summer Time Coming to Cuba

      Clocks in Cuba will be moved up an hour on midnight, Saturday March
      10.

      Daylight Savings Time takes effect in Cuba at midnight Saturday March
      10 when the island's clocks will be moved ahead an hour.

      The switch from Standard to Daylight Savings Time takes place each
      year to take advantage of solar light during peak hours and to save
      energy, informed the ministry of Basic Industry.

      Especially this year, when climatic change is bringing high
      temperatures and the resulting greater use of electricity, it is
      important for the population and the nation's economy to do
      everything possible to reduce energy use, stated a press release
      issued on Thursday.

      Meanwhile, most of the United States also goes on Daylight Savings
      Time on the same date as Cuba while the European Union changes to
      what it calls Summertime on March 25.
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