The Indonesia Htgr Nuclear Safety Management: Peluit 50

Taswanda Taryo, Mohammad Subekti

Abstract


The 2017 National Energy Policy states the 2050 national electricity is suggested to be provided by new and renewable energy (NRE) which is clean and competitive. Since nuclear is categorized as one of NREs, Indonesia has truly investigated Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) candidate sites, namely, Ujung Watu Jepara, Central of Java and Bangka island. The National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) and its stakeholders has successfully designed a high temperature and gas cooled reactor not only for producing electricity but also for industry, such called PELUiT 50, an advanced high temperature gas colled reactor (HTGR) type reactor. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) advises countries being deploy NPPs should consider local content from the beginning till the end of the project. This paper suggests strategies to support a nuclear safety management dealing with the strategic document compilation starting from nuclear design and its standardization, local content concern, public acceptance and new legal aspect for NPP. Therefore, domestic and foreign investors will fully involve in the NPP construction and NPP here will be effective and efficient. The NPP construction will finally give a positive impact on the current national sustainable development. From the overall comprehensive assessment results, a local content HTGR 50/PELUiT 50 nuclear safety management in the country is achievably integrated.

Keywords: Local content, nuclear safety management, HTGR, Indonesia


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