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CET (Central European Time) is one of the well-known names of UTC+1 time zone which is 1h. ahead of UTC (Coordinated Universal Time).The time offset from UTC can be written as +

It's used during the winter. During the summer CEST - Central European Summer Time (UTC+2) is in use.

Some locations use CET all year long.

 

Time difference to GMT/UTC

+1 hour ahead (UTC+01)

 

Related timezone

CEST - Central European Summer Time

 

Iana Timezones where CET is currently observed

 

Other Time Zones in UTC+01

AbbreviationName
BSTBritish Summer Time
ISTIrish Standard Time
WATWest Africa Time
WESTWestern European Summer Time

 

Sours: https://24timezones.com/time-zone/cet

Time zone

  • Currently Central European Summer Time (CEST), UTC +2
  • Standard time (Central European Time (CET), UTC +1) starts October 31,

The IANA time zone identifiers for Central European Time are Africa/Ceuta, Arctic/Longyearbyen, Europe/Amsterdam, Europe/Andorra, Europe/Belgrade, Europe/Berlin, Europe/Bratislava, Europe/Brussels, Europe/Budapest, Europe/Busingen, Europe/Copenhagen, Europe/Gibraltar, Europe/Ljubljana, Europe/Luxembourg, Europe/Madrid, Europe/Malta, Europe/Monaco, Europe/Oslo, Europe/Paris, Europe/Podgorica, Europe/Prague, Europe/Rome, Europe/San_Marino, Europe/Sarajevo, Europe/Skopje, Europe/Stockholm, Europe/Tirane, Europe/Vaduz, Europe/Vatican, Europe/Vienna, Europe/Warsaw, Europe/Zagreb and Europe/Zurich.

Central European Time (CET) is the time zone of most European countries, specifically Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark (except Greenland and Faroe Islands), France (except overseas regions), Germany, Gibraltar, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands (except Caribbean island territories), North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (except Canary Islands), Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City.

CET alternates between UTC+1 (standard time) and UTC+2 (when daylight saving time (DST) is observed). All countries in the CET time zone observe DST (UTC+2) from am on the last Sunday of March until am on the last Sunday of October.

Warning: Many sources define CET as a constant UTC+1. In common usage however, CET usually refers to the time observed in most of Europe, be it standard time or daylight saving time.

Since there is some confusion around the definition of CET, we recommend quoting time in UTC offsets (e.g. pm UTC+2), or by referring to a specific time and location (e.g. "at on 31 July in Paris"). Ideally provide a link to a page on Time.is that will automatically convert the time to the user's own time zone, like this: https://time.is/_14_July__in_Paris

See also: Central European Summer Time (CEST)

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Central European Summer Time

CET automatically adjusted to CEST time zone, that is in use

EST automatically adjusted to EDT time zone, that is in use

Central European Summer Time is 6 hours ahead of Eastern Daylight Time
pm in CEST is am in EDT

CET to EST call time
Best time for a conference call or a meeting is between 2pm-6pm in CET which corresponds to 8ampm in EST

pm Central European Summer Time (CEST). Offset UTC + hours
am Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). Offset UTC hours

pm CEST / am EDT

CESTEDT
12am (midnight)6pm
1am7pm
2am8pm
3am9pm
4am10pm
5am11pm
6am12am (midnight)
7am1am
8am2am
9am3am
10am4am
11am5am
12pm (noon)6am
1pm7am
2pm8am
3pm9am
4pm10am
5pm11am
6pm12pm (noon)
7pm1pm
8pm2pm
9pm3pm
10pm4pm
11pm5pm

Offset: CET is 1 hour ahead Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and is used in Europe

Countries: It is used in following countries: Andorra, Albania, Austria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Belgium, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Algeria, Spain, France, Gibraltar, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Serbia, Sweden, Slovenia, Svalbard & Jan Mayen, Slovakia, San Marino, Tunisia, Vatican City

Principal Cities: The largest city in the CET timezone is Berlin from Germany with population about million people. Other major cities in the area are Madrid, Rome, Paris, Algiers

Daylight Saving: This is a standard timezone, however during summer some places adjust time for one hour forward for daylight saving and observe Central European Summer Time (CEST).

End: CET ended and clocks were set one hour forward on Sunday, 28 March , at ( am) local time.

Start: CET starts and clocks are set one hour back on Sunday, 31 October , at ( am) local time.

German: MEZ - Mitteleuropäische Zeit

CET Time Zone Geo Map

CET representations, usage and related time zones

W3C/ISOInternational standard covering representation and exchange of dates and time-related data
  • +01 - basic short
  • + - basic
  • + - extended

Email/RFC Internet Message Format Date Standard, typically used for timestamps in email headers

  • + - sign character (+) followed by a four digit time providing hours (01) and minutes (00) of the offset. Indicates one hour and zero minutes time differences to the east of the zero meridian.

Military/NATO: Used by the U.S. military, Chinese military and others

  • Alpha - Military abbreviation for CET
  • A - short form of 'Alpha'

IANA/Olson: Reflects CET time zone boundaries defined by political bodies, primarily intended for use with computer programs and operating systems

  • Africa/Algiers
  • Africa/Ceuta
  • Africa/Tunis
  • Arctic/Longyearbyen
  • Atlantic/Jan_Mayen
  • CET
  • Europe/Amsterdam
  • Europe/Andorra
  • Europe/Belgrade
  • Europe/Berlin
  • Europe/Bratislava
  • Europe/Brussels
  • Europe/Budapest
  • Europe/Busingen
  • Europe/Copenhagen
  • Europe/Gibraltar
  • Europe/Ljubljana
  • Europe/Luxembourg
  • Europe/Madrid
  • Europe/Malta
  • Europe/Monaco
  • Europe/Oslo
  • Europe/Paris
  • Europe/Podgorica
  • Europe/Prague
  • Europe/Rome
  • Europe/San_Marino
  • Europe/Sarajevo
  • Europe/Skopje
  • Europe/Stockholm
  • Europe/Tirane
  • Europe/Vaduz
  • Europe/Vatican
  • Europe/Vienna
  • Europe/Warsaw
  • Europe/Zagreb
  • Europe/Zurich
  • Poland
Time zones with the GMT +1 offset:
  • BST - British Summer Time
  • CET - Central European Time
  • IST - Irish Standard Time
  • WEST - Western European Summer Time
  • A - Alpha Time Zone
  • CET - Central European Time
  • MEZ - Mitteleuropäische Zeit
  • WAT - West Africa Time
  • WST - Western Sahara Summer Time
  • BMT - Biel Mean Time
  • GMT - GMT
  • +01 -

Offset: EST is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and is used in North America

Countries: It is used in following countries: Bahamas, Canada, Haiti, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Mexico, Panama, Turks & Caicos Is, United States

Principal Cities: The largest city in the EST timezone is New York City from USA with population about million people. Other major cities in the area are Toronto, Montreal, Brooklyn, Borough of Queens

Daylight Saving: This is a standard timezone, however during summer some places adjust time for one hour forward for daylight saving and observe Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

End: EST ended and clocks were set one hour forward on Sunday, 14 March , at ( am) local time.

Start: EST starts and clocks are set one hour back on Sunday, 07 November , at ( am) local time.

French: HNE - Heure Normale de l'Est

Spanish: ET - Tiempo del Este, ET - Zona Sureste

EST Time Zone Geo Map

EST representations, usage and related time zones

W3C/ISOInternational standard covering representation and exchange of dates and time-related data
  • - basic short
  • - basic
  • - extended

Email/RFC Internet Message Format Date Standard, typically used for timestamps in email headers

  • - sign character (-) followed by a four digit time providing hours (05) and minutes (00) of the offset. Indicates five hour and zero minutes time differences to the west of the zero meridian.

Military/NATO: Used by the U.S. military, Chinese military and others

  • Romeo - Military abbreviation for EST
  • R - short form of 'Romeo'

IANA/Olson: Reflects EST time zone boundaries defined by political bodies, primarily intended for use with computer programs and operating systems

  • America/Atikokan
  • America/Cancun
  • America/Cayman
  • America/Coral_Harbour
  • America/Detroit
  • America/Fort_Wayne
  • America/Grand_Turk
  • America/Indiana/Indianapolis
  • America/Indiana/Marengo
  • America/Indiana/Petersburg
  • America/Indiana/Vevay
  • America/Indiana/Vincennes
  • America/Indiana/Winamac
  • America/Indianapolis
  • America/Iqaluit
  • America/Jamaica
  • America/Kentucky/Louisville
  • America/Kentucky/Monticello
  • America/Louisville
  • America/Montreal
  • America/Nassau
  • America/New_York
  • America/Nipigon
  • America/Panama
  • America/Pangnirtung
  • America/Port-au-Prince
  • America/Thunder_Bay
  • America/Toronto
  • Canada/Eastern
  • EST
  • EST5EDT
  • Jamaica
  • US/East-Indiana
  • US/Eastern
  • US/Michigan
Time zones with the GMT -5 offset:
  • CDT - Central Daylight Time
  • EST - Eastern Standard Time
  • ET - Eastern Time
  • COT - Colombia Time
  • CST - Cuba Standard Time
  • EASST - Easter Island Summer Time
  • ECT - Ecuador Time
  • PET - Peru Time
  • R - Romeo Time Zone
  • PST - Peru Standard Time
  • CST - Colombia Standard Time
  • ET - Ecuador Time
  • -
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Central European Time

Standard time (UTC+)

Time in Europe: pale colours indicate where standard time is observed all year; dark colours indicate where a summer time is observed

Central European Time (CET) is a standard time which is 1&#;hour ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The time offset from UTC can be written as UTC+ It is used in most parts of Europe and in a few North African countries. CET is also known as Middle European Time (MET, German: MEZ) and by colloquial names such as Amsterdam Time, Berlin Time, Brussels Time, Madrid Time, Paris Time, Rome Time, and Warsaw Time.

The 15th meridian east is the central axis for UTC+ in the world system of time zones.

As of , all member states of the European Union observe summer time (daylight saving time), from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October. States within the CET area switch to Central European Summer Time (CEST, UTC+) for the summer.[1]

In Africa, UTC+ is called West Africa Time (WAT), where it is used by several countries, year round.[2]Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia also refer to it as Central European Time.[3]

Usage[edit]

Usage in Europe[edit]

The monument 'The 15th Meridian' in Stargard, Poland

Current usage[edit]

As of ,[4] Central European Time is currently used in Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo*, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (except Canary Islands), Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City.[3]

History[edit]

  • 1 October
  • 1 April
  • &#;
    • Lithuania adopts CET (but subsequently rescinded in ) and − again.[20]

After World War II Monaco, Andorra and Gibraltar implemented CET.[19]

Portugal used CET in the years &#; and &#;

United Kingdom

The time around the world is based on Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) which is roughly synonymous with Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). From late March to late October, clocks in the United Kingdom are put forward by one hour for British Summer Time (BST). Since , most of the European Union aligned with the British standards for BST.

In [23] there was a three-year experiment called British Standard Time, when the UK and Ireland experimentally employed British Summer Time (GMT+1) all year round; clocks were put forward in March and not put back until October [24]

Central European Time is sometimes referred to as continental time in the UK.

Other countries[edit]

Several African countries use UTC+ all year long, where it is known as West Africa Time (WAT), although Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia use the term Central European Time despite being located in North Africa.[3]

Between and , Tunisia observed daylight saving time.[25]Libya also used CET during the years &#;, &#;, &#; and &#;

For other countries see UTC+ and West Africa Time.

Discrepancies between official CET and geographical CET[edit]

ColourLegal time vs local mean time
1 h ± 30 m behind
0 h ± 30 m
1 h ± 30 m ahead
2 h ± 30 m ahead
3 h ± 30 m ahead

Legal, political and economic, as well as physical or geographical criteria are used in the drawing of time zones so official time zones rarely adhere to meridian lines. The CET time zone, were it drawn by purely geographical terms, would consist of exactly the area between meridians 7°30′ E and 22°30′ E. As a result, there are European locales that despite lying in an area with a "physical" or "nominal" UTC+ time, actually use another time zone (UTC+ in particular – there are no "physical" UTC+ areas that employ UTC+). Conversely, there are European areas that have gone for UTC+, even though their "physical" time zone is UTC (typically), UTC− (westernmost Spain), or UTC+ (e.g. the very easternmost parts of Norway, Sweden, Poland and Serbia). On the other hand, people in Spain still have all work and meal hours one hour later than France and Germany despite sharing the same time zone.[26] Historically Gibraltar maintained UTC+ all year until the opening of the land border with Spain in , when it followed its neighbour and introduced CEST. The following is a list of such "incongruences":

Areas located within UTC+ longitudes using other time zones[edit]

These areas are located between 7°30′ E and 22°30′ E ("physical" UTC+1)[27][28]

Areas using UTC+[edit]

  • The westernmost part of Greece, including the cities of Patras, Ioannina and the island of Corfu
  • The westernmost parts of the Bulgarian provinces of Vidin and Kyustendil
  • The westernmost part of Romania, including most of the area of the counties of Caraș-Severin, Timiș (capital Timișoara), Arad, and Bihor, as well as the westernmost tips of the counties of Mehedinți and Satu Mare
  • The westernmost tip of Ukraine, near the border with Hungary and Slovakia, at the Ukrainian Transcarpathian Oblast (Zakarpattia Oblast), essentially comprising the city of Uzhhorod and its environs. (Although CET is used as local, non-official time in Transcarpathia).[citation needed]
  • Western Lithuania, including the cities of Klaipėda, Tauragė, and Telšiai
  • Western Latvia, including the cities of Liepāja and Ventspils
  • The westernmost parts of the Estonian islands of Saaremaa and Hiiumaa, including the capital of the Saare County, Kuressaare
  • The southwestern coast of Finland, including the city of Turku; also the Åland islands (of Finnish jurisdiction) – the Åland islands are the westernmost locale applying EET in the whole of Europe
  • The northwesternmost part of Finland, including Kilpisjärvi and Kaaresuvanto.
  • The Russian exclave of Kaliningrad Oblast, excluding however its easternmost slice (the city of Nesterov is east of 22°30′ E, but that of Krasnoznamensk is not)

[edit]

These areas are located either west of 7°30′ E or east of 22°30′ E (outside nominal UTC+)[27][28]

Areas between 22°30′ W and 7°30′ W (nominal UTC−)[edit]

  • The westernmost part of mainland Spain (Galicia, e.g. the city of A Coruña); Cape Finisterre and nearby points in Galicia, at 9°18′ W, are the westernmost places of CET in Spain.
  • The Norwegian island of Jan Mayen lies entirely within this area and extends nearly as far west as Cape Finisterre, with its western tip at 9°5′ W and its eastern tip at 7°56′ W.
  • Western Morocco including the city of Casablanca, at 7°35′ W. CET usage in Morocco extends as west as 13°10′ W.
  • The entirety of Western Sahara with its western tip at 17°6′ W and its eastern tip at 8°40′ W.

Areas between 7°30′ W and 7°30′ E (nominal UTC+)[edit]

  • Andorra
  • Belgium
  • France, with the small exception of two separate easternmost parts of the mainland, one along eastern Alsace, incl. Strasbourg and the other in parts of the Alpes-Maritimes department, as well as the island of Corsica. Overseas departments of France use local times.
  • The very westernmost part of Germany, incl. the cities of Saarbrücken, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Aachen, and Trier
  • The absolutely westernmost part of Italy, incl. the cities of Aosta in Aosta Valley and Cuneo in Piedmont
  • Luxembourg
  • Monaco
  • Netherlands
  • The westernmost part of Norway, incl. the cities of Bergen and Stavanger
  • Spain, except for the westernmost part of the mainland (see above) and the Canary Islands (which are further than 7°30′ W and use UTC+).
  • Gibraltar
  • The part of Switzerland west of Bern (inclusive), also incl. cities such as Basel, Geneva, Lausanne, and Fribourg
  • Most of Algeria including its capital Algiers.

Areas between 22°30′ E and 37°30′ E (nominal UTC+)[edit]

  • The easternmost part of North Macedonia, including the city of Strumica
  • The easternmost part of Serbia, in the Pirot District, including the city of Pirot, and small easternmost parts of Bor District.
  • The easternmost tips of Hungary and Slovakia, bordering to the north and south respectively the Ukrainian Transcarpathian Oblast (Zakarpattia Oblast), a bit to the east of Vásárosnamény, Hungary – Uzhhorod, Ukraine (both at 22°18′ E) line
  • The easternmost part of Poland, including the cities of Lublin and Białystok
  • The northeast of Sweden, in the Norrbotten province, including the cities of Kalix and Haparanda
  • The northeast of Norway, lying north of Finland, roughly coinciding with the county of Finnmark. The easternmost town in Norway, Vardø, lies at 30°51′ E, which is so far east, so as to be east even of the central meridian of EET (UTC+), i.e. east of Istanbul and Alexandria. The sun reaches its highest point at (when not DST), although the sun does not vary so much in height at the latitude 70°N.
    The Norwegian–Russian and the Polish-Belarussian border are the only places where CET (UTC+1/+2) borders Moscow time (UTC+), resulting in a two hours time change (or one hour in summer) for the travellers crossing that border.
  • There is a "tri-zone" point (where UTC+, UTC+, and UTC+ meet, winter times) at the Norway–Finland–Russia tripoint near Muotkavaara. During the summer Finland and Russia both have UTC+

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Europe Starts Daylight Saving on March 27, ". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  2. ^"WAT – West Africa Time (Time Zone Abbreviation)". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  3. ^ abc"Central European Time Zone - CET". WorldTimeServer.com. Retrieved
  4. ^CET – Central European Time / European Central Time (Standard Time)
  5. ^"Time Zone & Clock Changes in Belgrade, Serbia". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  6. ^Kunt, Miroslav (). "Studie - Zavedení středoevropského času". archiv.kvalitne.cz (in Czech). Retrieved 28 June
  7. ^ abBartky, Ian R. (). One Time Fits All: The Campaigns for Global Uniformity. Stanford University Press. pp.&#;–7. ISBN&#;. Retrieved 18 August
  8. ^"Time Zone & Clock Changes in Rome, Italy". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  9. ^"Time Zone & Clock Changes in Valletta, Malta". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  10. ^"Time Zone & Clock Changes in Vienna, Vienna, Austria". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  11. ^Messerli, Jakob. "Zeitsysteme". HLS-DHS-DSS.CH (in German). Retrieved
  12. ^"dullophob". www.dullophob.com. Archived from the original on Retrieved
  13. ^"Time Zone & Clock Changes in Copenhagen, Denmark". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  14. ^"Daylight Saving Time Changes in Oslo, Norway". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  15. ^"Time Zone & Clock Changes in Stockholm, Sweden". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  16. ^"Daylight Saving Time Changes in Luxembourg, Luxembourg". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  17. ^"Daylight Saving Time Changes in Luxembourg, Luxembourg". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  18. ^"Time Zone & Clock Changes in Tirana, Albania". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  19. ^ abcd"CET - Central European Time". www.thetimenow.com. Retrieved
  20. ^"Time Zone & Clock Changes in Vilnius, Lithuania". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  21. ^"Time Changes in Poland ". www.vercalendario.info. Retrieved
  22. ^Bartky, Ian R. (). One Time Fits All: The Campaigns for Global Uniformity. Stanford University Press. pp.&#;, ISBN&#;. Retrieved 18 August
  23. ^"Summer Time all the time". Birmingham Daily Post. England. 13 February Retrieved 16 July &#; via British Newspaper Archive.
  24. ^"Clocks to be turned back". Birmingham Daily Post. England. 2 October Retrieved 16 July &#; via British Newspaper Archive.
  25. ^"Daylight Saving Time Changes in Tunis, Tunisia". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved
  26. ^Purdy, Chase. "Spain spent the last 76 years in the wrong time zone—and it's not healthy for workers". Quartz. Retrieved
  27. ^ ab"Greece Time Zone". www.timetemperature.com. Retrieved
  28. ^ ab"Europe Time Zones Map With Zone - madriver.me". madriver.me. Archived from the original on Retrieved

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_European_Time

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