Wiloto Corp. - Indonesia Expert, Strategic Indonesia, Indonesia Public Relations

Wiloto Corp. - Indonesia Expert, Strategic Indonesia, Indonesia Public Relations
For further information about this site please click www.wiloto.com and www.wilotocorp.com

PowerPR alert on Indonesia

Indonesia News

Indonesia Business News

Indonesia Economy

Indonesia Group of Company

Indonesia Finance

Indonesia Banking - News

Indonesia Investment - News

Indonesia Capital Market - News

Indonesia State-Owned Company - News

Indonesia Mining

Indonesia Energy - News

Indonesia Airlines - News

Indonesia Infrastructure - News

Indonesia Shipping and Cargo - News

Indonesia AgriBusiness

Indonesia Entrepreneurship

Indonesia Corporation

Reuters: Business News

Strategic Indonesia

Indonesia Law Enforcement

Indonesia Corruption - News

Indonesia Money Laundering Update

Indonesia Reform Update

Indonesia Religion Issues

Indonesia Security Issues

Indonesia Politics Issues

Indonesia Election 2009 Issues

Indonesia Education Update

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

IAEA supports nuclear power plant construction in Indonesia

THAI PRESS REPORTS--Section: Regional News - The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) wholly supports Indonesia to build nuclear-power plants, State Minister for Research and Technology Kusmayanto Kadiman told media last week.

IAEA Director Mohammed El-Baradei expressed his support on the sidelines of a recent IAEA meeting in Vienna, Austria. Besides, the agency proposed providing Indonesia with technical expertise and assistance in the selection of suitable locations for nuclear power plants, said Kusmayanto.

Indonesia is cooperating in studies on nuclear reactors with the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation and mulling construction of plants in the Muria peninsula in central Java, Madura, Bali and other locations.

The country is expected to build four nuclear power plants with a capacity of 1,000 mW per one at a cost of 1.5 billion USD each, by 2016 at the latest.

Nuclear electricity will be an important alternative energy in Java, Madura and Bali because the regions account for 60 percent of the country's electricity consumption, according to Kusmayanto.


No comments: