Authors : Budiawan Sidik Arifianto; Kasih Prihantoro; Nugroho Adi Sasongko
Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 3 - March
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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6345515
In the direction of Net Zero Emission (NZE)
2060, the Indonesian government needs the best policy
formulation regarding the priority of selecting energy
sources to be used. In addition, appropriate criteria are
needed so that the planned energy sources can be utilized
optimally and are able to reduce CO2 emissions. In the
direction of NZE 2060, there are a number of interests
and priority actions related to the energy sector that will
be carried out by the Indonesian government.
Internationally, NRE and nuclear power plants (NPP)
will be important keys in achieving the NZE target. This
study aims to look at the priorities of the government's
interest in the NZE and the priority actions that need to
be taken if involving NPP in achieving the NZE target.
This study will examine the formulation of government
policies towards NZE and priority actions when involving
NPP towards NZE. The research method used is quasiqualitative using the Scorecard Deployment (QSD)
technique. The results of the QSD analysis show that in
formulating a strategy towards NZE 2060, the Indonesian
government tries to classify the right types of EBT so that
the emission reduction target can be achieved. The
government also plans to include the construction of NPP
in the long-term plan to replace the discontinued coal
power plants. The most important thing to start the
construction of NPP, is the national commitment to
declare 'go nuclear'. Without this commitment, the NPP
development plan will be difficult to realize.
Keywords : Emissions, Policy, NRE, Nuclear, NPP.