Whether Daylight Savings Time saves energy or not, don’t forget to turn your clocks back
Most American clocks will fall back at 2 a.m. on Sunday — a week later than last year, thanks to legislation that passed through Congress in 2005. The bill’s sponsors argued that moving the time that the time moves would save energy, a claim that is shabbily supported statistically. Especially since everybody spends that extra hour of daylight with all the lights on, running all electronics and appliances on high. Or is that just us?