BRAZIL: Federal government Looks Into Giving Up On Daylight Saving Time

By | September 21, 2017

The Brazilian government is studying the possibility of snuffing out the daytime conserving time.

According to the government, the research study is being performed by Brazil’s National Electric System Operator (ONS). A preliminary evaluation recommends that the effect of the daylight conserving time in Brazil are “unimportant” and “reducing.”

If nothing changes in the next couple of days, daylight conserving time is anticipated to begin on October 15 in Brazil’s South, Southeast and Midwest regions.

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