Indonesia’s long, winding road to nuclear power
Rangga D. Fadillah
The Jakarta Post
Taswanda Taryo, the National Nuclear Energy Agency’s (Batan) research chief, is phlegmatic about building the nation’s first nuclear power plant.
“Despite the pros and cons, we’ll try to work on schedule,” Taswanda said.
After the leak at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan, however, concerns on the safety of nuclear power have heated up. Germany, for example...
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