Russia is working to export floating nuclear power plants (FNPP) to Indonesia, on a fully maintained basis, in order to provide electricity to its small inhabited islands. In August 2015, Rosatom and BATAN signed a cooperation agreement for the construction of the latter. Previously, it was reported that the province of Gorontalo in Sulawesi was considering an FNPP from Russia. According to JAEA, BATAN published in June 2014 plans for two 1000 MWe LWR reactors in Java, Madura or Bali from 2027 and for two more in Sumatra (Bangka?) from 2031. This decision was not confirmed by BATAN, but it was notified under the 2014 JAEA HTR agreement. Indonesia`s safeguards agreement with IAEA under the NPT entered into force in 1980 and the Additional Protocol entered into force in 1999. In 1997, it signed the Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and Radioactive Waste Management. In November 2007, the Japanese and Indonesian authorities signed a cooperation agreement on assistance in the preparation, planning and promotion of the development of Indonesian nuclear energy, as well as support for indonesian nuclear energy activities. In August 2014, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) announced that it had agreed to extend this cooperation agreement with BATAN to the research and development of gas-cooled high-temperature reactors (HTRs). In April 2016, the BATAN site showed that it was planned to build a 10 MWt gas-cooled high-temperature reactor (HTR) as an RDE.
The IAEA supported this through a technical cooperation project focusing on both design review with BATAN and licensing with bapeten. The location of this laboratory and an NRE laboratory is approximately 2 km southwest of the main Batan complex. Atomstroyexport, OKBM and SRI SIA Luch are associated with Atomproekt, which is part of the ASE Group, as general architect. The mission includes a feasibility study on the concept project and the basic design documentation. These were completed by OKBM Afrikantov in December 2015. In March 2018, BATAN said it intended to complete the detailed design of the RDE by the end of the year, and then issue tenders for the construction of the reactor for both electricity and process heat in 2019-2020. Batan signed an agreement with PT PLN in August 2019 for another feasibility study. The main content of the agreement was that the Netherlands recognized the Republic as a de facto authority in Java (including Madura) and Sumatra.
The two governments should cooperate to form a sovereign, democratic and federal United States of Indonesia covering all the territories of Dutch East India, including the Republic of Indonesia, Kalimantan (Borneo) and the Grand Est. The two governments should cooperate with the Queen of the Netherlands at the head for the creation of a Dutch-Indonesian Union. The United States of Indonesia and the Dutch-Indonesian Union should be established no later than 1 January 1949. The two governments agreed to arbitrate any disputes that might arise that they could not resolve alone. The agreement should establish general principles so that the details can be worked out at a later stage. However, each side interpreted the agreement according to its interests and an open conflict eventually developed between the Dutch and Indonesian authorities. Berikut ini adalah terjemahan arti kata agreement bahasa Inggris dalam bahasa Indonesia dalam kamus Inggris-Indonesia Independently of these HTR plans, Martingale signed from the United States on October 20 15 with the Indonesian Thorium Consortium, consisting of state-owned companies PT Industry Nuklir Indonesia (INUKI), PT PLN and PT Pertamina – an agreement for the construction of a ThorCon liquid salt reactor for power generation. Martingale is developing the Design ThorCon 250 MWe and wanted to order one in the 2020s. . .