Daylight saving time: Can springing ahead save energy or money? – Christian Science Monitor


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Daylight saving time: Can springing ahead save energy or money?
Christian Science Monitor
At 2 a.m. this Sunday, most of the United States will move its clocks an hour ahead to 3 a.m. In theory, that slight nudge conserves energy. In practice, it seems daylight saving time hardly saves energy at all. Skip to next paragraph. David J. Unger
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