E3S Web Conf.
Volume 68, 2018The 1st Sriwijaya International Conference on Environmental Issues 2018 (1st SRICOENV 2018)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Reducing Global Warning Effect|
|Published online||27 November 2018|
The New Renewable Energy Consumption Policy of Rare Earth Metals to Build Indonesia's National Energy Security
1 Faculty of Law, Diponegoro University, Prof. H. Soedarto SH street, Semarang 50275 Indonesia
2 Department of Library Science, Diponegoro University, Prof. H. Soedarto SH street, Semarang 50275 Indonesia
3 Administrative Law Study Center, Diponegoro University, Prof. H. Soedarto SH street, Semarang 50275 Indonesia
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This study aims to discuss the policy of using renewable energy in the form of rare metal eart as an effort to build national energy security. The research method used a legal research looking from various perspectives in social science. Law is seen as a space for the process of scientific study in order to seek truth. The use of relevant legal research wants to understand the law more thoroughly. In performing implementation analysis, using the method of Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) with focus on energy regulation. The results of the study show that: First, the policy of the Indonesian republic government regarding the use of new energy and renewable energy aims to prepare the carrying capacity of national energy security. This policy has not fully gone well. The policy is not supported by consistency in issuing derivative policies. Second, the use of new energy and renewable energy, especially rare earth metals as part of efforts to encourage national energy security in Indonesia is still very far from expectations. The use of rare eart metal is only around 0.7% of the use of new energy. Efforts to explore and exploit rare earth metals have not been carried out in a timely manner. Whereas the potential of rare earth metals is a strategic community and has the potential to encourage national energy security in Indonesia. Indonesia is projected to produce rare earth metals reaching 20% of the world's supply.
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