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# Eamon Ryan

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Coalition parties may clash over planning reforms as Green ministers flag concerns at Cabinet
Long-awaited energy poverty plan published as Ryan warns prices may not drop for two years
Ahead of the return of Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Coalition leaders to discuss reshuffle on Monday
Student climate strikers mark four years of weekly protests outside Dáil
Government ‘on track’ to reach target of 950,000 electric vehicles, says Ryan
Ryan sets target of 10% of electorate voting Green in 2024 elections
The Green Party convention takes place in Athlone - and it has a decision to make on housing
Eamon Ryan ‘reluctant’ to tackle toll increases if it takes funding from road maintenance
Eamon Ryan made lead EU negotiator on crucial issue at COP27
Government to review private rental market as housing targets set to be exceeded
As winter approaches, not all energy bill 'hardship funds' are created equal
1,000 disconnections in first half of this year as minister promises action plan in weeks
More financial supports for struggling householders may be announced soon, Ryan indicates
Govt will not oppose SF motion on protections for PAYG customers and banning of disconnections
New 'ambitious' transport projects 'will be delivered at speed' within the next three years
Government formally submits application for second emergency power station in Dublin
RSA says GDPR limited the level of road crash data it could publish, as questions raised in Dáil
Cabinet signs off on plan for three €200 energy credits
Electric Ireland, SSE Airtricity and Bord Gáis price hikes kick in this weekend
Planning application submitted for 'ambitious' Dublin Metrolink
EU agrees to windfall levy on energy companies which could generate €2 billion for Ireland
All schools to get funding for solar panels to fight rising cost of energy
Green Party leader accuses Sinn Féin of 'following Tory approach' with energy price cap plan
Taoiseach to engage with ministers on the issue of police on public transport
Government to consider EU’s windfall tax plans as part of budget
Customers to receive electricity credit before Christmas, says minister
Using household appliances outside peak hours will help shore up energy security, says Ryan
Use of street Christmas lights being considered by local councils amidst energy crisis, says Ryan
Students that use private bus companies to have fares cut by 50%
'Significant intervention is needed': Coalition leaders to meet to discuss rising energy costs
Eamon Ryan warns that this winter will be a 'dramatic and difficult period in energy'
Risk of electricity blackouts in Ireland ‘slightly worse’ than last winter, committee hears
'Enough is enough': Cowen says those responsible for energy crisis must be held accountable
Eamon Ryan warns Ireland needs to be 'very careful' over energy supplies this winter
Green Party leader Eamon Ryan's mother has died
Govt plans fare reductions on commercial buses for 19 to 23-year-olds before return to college
More 24-hour Dublin buses to be rolled out in autumn
Late-night Luas service ruled out, as hours needed for maintenance
Retired An Post employees protest 'lousy' 2% pension hike at Department of Communications
Government leaders fail to reach agreement on agriculture emissions reduction targets