According to Institute of Essential Services Reform (IESR) study, Indonesia needs to work harder to achieve emission peak in the electricity sector by 2030. Hence, it is an urge to
“Our energy security vulnerability will remain high as long as we depend on fossil fuels,” said Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) Executive Director Fabby Tumiwa on Monday, adding that
Executive Director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), Fabby Tumiwa said the tragedy of the Fukushima nuclear disaster that occurred 11 years ago in Japan is a reflection
However, Fabby Tumiwa, Executive Director of IESR, views that in energy policy the government should prioritize technology that is reliable and can be built quickly, so that it can overcome
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“Now the first phase is removing the residual fuel from these units. Only reactors 3 and 4 have been removed but there is still residual fuel in reactors 1 and
“This figure is 4 GW lower than in 2018 worldwide, and 40 GW lower than 2011. Actually, there has been a decline in nuclear power plant capacity and production in
This was stated by Suzuki after seeing the impact of severe damage from the explosion of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan 11 years ago or March 11, 2011.
Executive Director of IESR Fabby Tumiwa said, nuclear power plants might become a large and free-pollution energy source. However, the price that have to be paid to ensure nuclear power