Chile changes time for four months to save energy

Posted on April 29, 2012 • Filed under: Agriculture, Chile, Easter Island, Enviromental Issues, Weather/Climate

From 59 seconds to 23:59 local time on Saturday shall comply with the clocks to make way for a four-month season.
Chile began its new winter schedule with the delay of an hour clockwise, allowing energy savings in the country.
According to the Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service of the Navy, from 59 seconds to 23:59 local time on Saturday, shall comply with the schedule will then be a difference of four hours before the World Time Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), in instead of the three force.
In the Polynesian Easter Island, the difference is six hours. Read Article

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