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The Strategies of Indonesia to Operate the First NPP by 2030 (Taswanda Taryo1*, Muhammad Subekti1, Susyadi1, Dharu Dewi2, Moch. Djoko Birmano2, Mudjiono2, Rr. Arum Puni Rijanti2, Arief Tris Yuliyanto2 and Rustama3)

Taswanda Taryo, TT and M. Subekti, MS and Susyadi Susyadi, SS and Dharu Dewi, DD and Moch. Djoko Birmano, MDB and Mudjiono, Mudjiono and Rr. Arum Puni Rijanti, APR and Arif Tris Yulianto, ATY and Rustama, RST (2020) The Strategies of Indonesia to Operate the First NPP by 2030 (Taswanda Taryo1*, Muhammad Subekti1, Susyadi1, Dharu Dewi2, Moch. Djoko Birmano2, Mudjiono2, Rr. Arum Puni Rijanti2, Arief Tris Yuliyanto2 and Rustama3). In: INNOVATION RESEARCH FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND CULTURE (International Conference) IRSTC UNIVERSITAS PANCASILA-FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITAS PANCASILA - FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 11 November 2019.

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Abstract. Based on the RUEN Law 2017 for the Master Plan for National Energy 2050, the need for future electricity will be provided by new and renewable energy (NRE) which is clean and competitive. To support the previous mentioned matter, Indonesia has deeply investigated on nuclear power plants (NPPs) as part of national energy mixed by affording two nuclear power plant (NPP) candidate sites, such as, Ujung Watu Jepara, Central of Java and Bangka island. There are mainly important reasons up to now, why the first NPP has not yet been constructed in the country. This paper suggests new strategies to support the vision of the first NPP operation in Indonesia by 2030. The strategies consider not only the bureaucracy simplification to speed up the inter-ministerial coordination on developing the new government rules, but also the enhancement of public acceptance from the 2016 national survey of 77.58%. For this matter, the coordinating ministry of maritime and investment should lead to monitor all activities related to the previously mentioned vision In addition, the new strategies of NPP promotion to develop and strengthen the political will of Indonesia government for the first NPP operation are also explained. The all new strategies can be achieved from the survey results on the application of nuclear science and technology (NST) from 2010-2016. Finally, a strategy to maximize the local participation in NPP construction more than to 50% can be achieved by providing regular forum group discussions (FGD) among all national stakeholders. A strategy to speed up the licensing process for the first NPP operation can be gained through involving the Indonesia government or state-owned enterprises in designing, construction, commissioning and operation of the first NPP in the country. From the overall comprehensive assessment results, it is believed that Indonesia has the ability to operate the first NPP by 2030. Keywords: Indonesia, operate, first NPP, 2030.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Keselamatan dan Keamanan Nuklir
Divisions: Pusat Teknologi dan Keselamatan Reaktor Nuklir
Depositing User: USER PTKRN BATAN
Date Deposited: 23 Jul 2020 00:23
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2020 04:43
URI: http://repo-nkm.batan.go.id/id/eprint/9887

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