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10-15 May 2021
Nice, France
Europe/Vienna timezone
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14 May 2021, 14:00
4h 45m
Nice, France

Nice, France

Regular Poster Fusion Energy Technology P8 Posters 8


Mr Husni Zuhdi (Universitas Gadjah Mada)


Sustainable Energy can be described as sources of energy that meet the need of the present demand long enough for a generation without encumbering the future generation with environmental, economic, and cultural issues. According to World Energy Council data of 2019 World Energy Trilemma sustainable energy still dominated by developed countries. Many developing countries have no abilities to produce sustainable energy and still relying on Dirty Energy source. Fusion Energy has a lot of advantages to increasing energy sustainability around the world. It has plenty of resources, minimum radiation exposure compared to commissioned Nuclear Reactor, high energy density, and zero-carbon emission.

In this paper, we will show the impacts of applications of Fusion Energy to help developing country to achieve energy sustainability. The aspects we want to explore are the three main components of energy sustainability according to World Energy Council. There are Energy Security, Energi Equity, and Environmental Sustainability. Our method is to conduct comparative studies according to three components above, between Fusion Power Plant to any existing Power Plant. Thus the result will be implemented on developing country modelling.

This paper will be a benchmark for further utilisation of Fusion Energy for developing country. Even though in the first generation of Fusion Energy the prices of Fusion Reactor still high, enhanced Resource and Development will lowering the economic gap.

Country or International Organization Indonesia
Affiliation Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Mr Husni Zuhdi (Universitas Gadjah Mada)

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