Learning to Run a Power Network (L2RPN) Delft 2023 competition

News - 24 May 2023

TU Delft is organizing the “Learning to Run a Power Network” (L2RPN) competition 2023. L2RPN is a series of competitions designed to train an Artificial Intelligence (AI) agent to operate a power network. The L2RPN Delft 2023 competition offers an exciting and exclusive opportunity for students and researchers in the Netherlands to test their AI solutions against others in a realistic and challenging environment, collaborate with fellow innovators, and win prizes up to €1500.

The competition starts with a kick-off meeting on 7 June, and ends on 1 September. Location: TU Delft, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science, D@ta Hall,  Mekelweg 4, or join online. The top 3 teams of the competition will receive their prizes at the PowerWeb Conference on 27 September 2023. Check the competition website for detailed information and registration. For questions: contact dai-energy-lab@tudelft.nl

L2RPN Delft 2023 is organised by the Delft AI Energy Lab, part of the TU Delft AI Labs & Talent programme. The Delft AI Energy Lab is investigating how new, AI-based methods can enable the management of energy systems based on renewable energy sources. The L2RPN Delft 2023 is a remake of L2RPN-WCCI 2022 competition and is co-facilitated by RTE, the electricity transmission system operator of France.