The traditional daylight saving time could be scrapped under new proposals by the European Commission.
It is understood the move comes as the commission is conducting a review into the system to see is it adequate.
The commission say the scrapping of the daylight saving system is being put to people all across the continent.
If passed the Commission say the current will be abolished and therefore clocks would not need to be changed in October and March every year.
The Commission say people in Ireland will have until August to vote on whether or not to keep or scrap the system.
It is understood the vote has already become popular amongst EU citizens as the commission say their severs have already crashed a number of times due to increase traffic in regards to the vote.
Those wishing to vote can do so at the EU Commission website.