Not if you’ve lived in Germany long enough there isn’t. Or you won’t notice it, I should say.
Germans Invented Daylight Saving Time—Now They’re Going to Kill It – The European Parliament voted in favor of stopping the practice by 2021, following a poll last year from the EU in which 84% of the respondents voted in favor of reverting to one time year-round. The law must now be passed by national governments…
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is a force behind the movement, having vowed to back the end of Daylight Saving Time in September last year, after the results of the poll were released. The survey proved it was the will of the people, he declared; “Clock-changing must stop.”
But in reality, it was mostly just the will of the Germans.
Out of 4.6 million responders to the poll, 3 million were German. (The country accounts for about one-sixth of the EU’s total population.)
“If we didn’t have the time change, and today someone would come up with the idea of introducing it, everybody would think that person was crazy.”