Indonesia has non-nuclear energy options: Experts
The Jakarta Post
Amid Japan’s ongoing nuclear crisis, experts agree that Indonesia should consider less hazardous options before building a domestic nuclear power plant.
Indonesia’s geographic location enabled the country to employ energy sources such as wind, solar and hydroelectric power, which would provide more secure alternatives over the long run, according to activists and experts.
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