The Indonesian Nuclear Youth Community (INYS) is a non-profit organization that focuses on empowering young people to support energy sovereignty and clean energy transition programs by nuclear energy in Indonesia. The organization was founded in June 2022 and has already established active branches in 9 universities throughout the country. The core team of INYS consists of 58 dedicated members who are committed to promoting the use of nuclear energy in Indonesia.
The academic study of nuclear energy as a sustainable and environmentally friendly energy solution aims to address the increasing energy demand in Indonesia while minimizing carbon emissions and promoting sustainable development. The study seeks to identify the potential of nuclear energy in meeting Indonesia's energy needs, reducing the country's dependence on fossil fuels, and mitigating the adverse effects of climate change. It emphasizes the importance of a well-planned and coordinated approach to nuclear energy development, taking into account the unique socio-economic and environmental factors in Indonesia. The study also examines the challenges and opportunities in developing nuclear energy, including regulatory and safety issues, technology transfer, and public perception. By promoting nuclear energy as a viable option for Indonesia's sustainable and low-carbon future, the academic study aims to contribute to the country's economic growth and social welfare while preserving the environment.
The policy brief "Accelerating the Development of Nuclear Power Plants in Indonesia" outlines the benefits of nuclear energy in meeting Indonesia's increasing energy demands, reducing the country's dependence on fossil fuels, and achieving energy security. The brief presents a comprehensive analysis of the current energy landscape in Indonesia and identifies the challenges and opportunities in developing nuclear power plants. It analyzes the current energy landscape, identifies challenges and opportunities, and recommends policy actions such as strengthening regulations, improving public perception, increasing investment and technology transfer, and promoting international cooperation. The brief highlights the potential benefits of nuclear energy, including sustainability, reliability, economic growth, and job creation, and stresses the need for a coordinated approach considering socio-economic and environmental factors. It serves as a guide for policymakers, industry stakeholders, and interested parties to promote nuclear energy development for a more sustainable and secure energy future.