Nuclear power remains uncharted territory for RI
Fedina S. Sundaryani
The Jakarta Post
Indonesia is unlikely to resort to nuclear power to address its energy needs in the near future as the government itself is still undecided regarding the development and use of nuclear power.
Nuclear power is a touchy issue in Indonesia. The largest economy in Southeast Asia has delayed nuclear development for years. Given that the country sits across the Pacific Ring of Fire, safety concer...
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