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EST is UTC-5. Therefore, a time that is UTC+1 would in EST be UTC(5+1), i.e. UTC-6. Therefore, 7 a.m. (UTC+1) would six hours earlier in EST, i.e. 1 am.
I have simply answered your direct question. I have not considered the effects of daylight saving time in any time zone.
Eastern Standard Time is UTC-5. So 6:00 UTC is 1:00 EST.
UTC + 1 would be 2:00 EST.
EST+6, I believe. That is, EST is UST-5, so UST is EST+5. UST + 1 = EST+5 +1.
EST = Eastern Standard Time. It is in time zone GMT-5 (
UTC+1 is the same as GMT+1 Since UTC and GMT are the same.
Now you know the actual time zone number just add or subtract. 5 + 1 is 6. So there is a six hour difference between UTC+1 and EST. UTC+1 is SIX Hours AHEAD.
So if it is 12 NOON in New York City it would be 1800 (6PM) at UTC+01
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is UTC - 4 hours
Eastern Standard Time (EST) is UTC - 5 hours
so EST (which is not happenning now ) is 6 hours behind UTC + 1 Hour
so currently EDT, UTC + 1 is 5 hours ahead of EDT (
In December when we are back in standard time, UTC + 1 will be 6 hours behind UTC +1
so now it is 3:06 PM EDT and it is 8:06 PM UTC +1
but if the place that has UTC +1 hour also has Daylight Saving Time, then it is 9:06 PM
EST is UTC - 5, so there is a 6 hour difference.