Daylight savings time is the practice of advancing clocks by one hour during the summer months to maximise daylight hours.
Some energy tariffs adjust their off-peak periods to align with daylight savings time. It is important for Smart+ users to check if their energy tariff times change with DST and have their tariff set accurately in Homely.
If you'd like to learn how to change your tariff to follow daylight savings, please click the link here.
If your energy tariff keeps the off-peak period consistent all year round, for example, 1am-5am during both GMT and BST, then you should tick the box next to "Do your cheap period hours change with daylight savings?" on the "Update your tariff" page.
If the off-peak period is NOT consistent all year round, then you should NOT tick the box next to "Do your cheap period hours change with daylight savings?" on the "Update your tariff" page.