Time zones
Article published on 27 July 2021

by pottier

The 26 ACCORD Members belong to different time zones and the time difference between 2 members can be quite big (bigger in winter) even if the majority belongs to the Central European Time (UTC+1) and change for Central European Summer Time (UTC+2) in summer.

When planning for ACCORD video-conferences, the agenda generally uses CET/CEST. The maps below show the differences with the local time ... and show that some meetings can result with quite unusual working hours in winter and in summer.

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