Coordinated Universal Time usually known as “UTC”: Many countries in the world use UTC as their time zone or standard time. Here is the list of UTC time zone countries mentioned below:
UTC Time Zone Countries
1 – UK: During the BST (British Summer Time), the United Kingdom including London uses coordinated universal time (UTC). Also, they forward their clock one hour in advance.
2 – Ghana: It observes UTC year-round.
3 – Iceland: Throughout the year, Iceland follows UTC.
4 – Gambia: Gambia, which is located in West Africa always uses UTC as their standard time.
5 – Portugal: Portugal is a European country. During the winter, they use UTC. During the summer days, they use WEST (Western European Summer Time) as a standard time.
6 – Senegal: It also follows a UTC year-round.
7 – Burkina Faso: Burkina Faso is a Western African country. It follows the UTC time zone.
8 – Cote d’Ivoire: Cote d’Ivoire also known as lvory Coasts also dependant on UTC.
9 – Mali: Also, it follows UTC year-round.
10 – Liberia: Liberia also exists in the UTC time zone.
11 – Morocco: During the winter months, Morocco follows the UTC. Moreover, during the summer days, they follow Western European Summer Time (WEST). Also, they move their clocks one hour forward.
12 – Guinea: It uses a UTC year-round.
13 – Western Sahara: Unlike Morocco, Western Sahara also uses the same time standard.
14 – Sierra Leon: Throughout the year, Sierra Leon also uses UTC.
15 – Senegal: It operates on UTC year-round.
List of UTC Time Zone Countries Grouped By UTC Offset
First of all, Let’s discuss some important points regarding the UTC time zone:
- Practically, UTC is the same as GMT.
- On the other hand, the UTC time set is basically the difference between UTC time and the location’s taken or observed time.
- There are around 38 UTC offset observed countries in the world.
- On this page, minor and unofficial time zones are not included.
|Country Name||UTC Offset||Country With Multiple Time Zones/Identifier||Regions With Multiple Time Zones|
|US Outlying Islands||UTC-12||It has 4 time zones for the capital Itascatown Pre-WW2||No|
|American Samoa||UTC-11||Uses U.S Outlying Islands||No|
|Niue||UTC-11||Uses U.S Outlying Islands||No|
|Cook Islands||UTC-10||French Polynesia, Uses U.S Outlying Islands, United States||No|
|French Polynesia||UTC-9:30||It uses 3 different time zones for the capital Papeete||No|
|Canada||UTC-7||Canada uses 6 time zones||British Columbia|
|Mexico||UTC-7||It has 4 time zones||No|
|United States||UTC-7||It has 11 time zones||Nevada, Oregon|
|Ecuador||UTC-6||It uses 2 time zones||No|
|Mexico||UTC-6||It uses 4 Time zones||No|
|Missouri||UTC-5||America/Chicago (DST)||Nebraska, North Dakota|
|Anguilla||UTC-4||Atlantic Standard Time||No|
|Antigua and Barbuda||UTC-4||Atlantic Standard Time (AST)||No|
|Aruba||UTC-4||Atlantic Standard Time||No|
|Barbados||UTC-4||Atlantic Standard Time||No|
|Haiti, Bahamas||UTC-4||Eastern Time (ET)||No|
|Cuba||UTC-4||Cuba Daylight Time (CDT)||No|
|Argentina||UTC-3||Argentina Tim (AT)||No|
|Bermuda||UTC-3||Atlantic Time (AT)||No|
|Canada||UTC-2:30||2 Time Zones||Newfoundland and Labrador|
|Saint Pierre and Miquelon||UTC-2||Saint Pierre and Miquelon Time (PMST/PMDT)||No|