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A privacy protection scheme of smart home electricity information based on plug-in electric vehicle

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DOI: 10.23977/isspj.2020.51002 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 839

Author(s)

Shaomin Zhang 1, Jieqi Rong 1, Baoyi Wang 1

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1 School of Control and Computer Engineering, North China Electric Power University, China

Corresponding Author

Shaomin Zhang

ABSTRACT

The smart meter collects the user's fine-grained real-time power information and uploads it to the control center. The control center feeds back the control commands to the smart meter. The bi-directional interaction may lead to user's privacy leakage. Aiming at the problem above, a privacy protection scheme of smart home electricity information based on plug-in electric vehicle is proposed in this paper. The electric vehicle energy storage is used to blur the user's electricity consumption data to ensure user privacy, and at the same time, the user's electricity cost can be reduced.

KEYWORDS

privacy protection, electric vehicle, smart home

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Shaomin Zhang, Jieqi Rong and Baoyi Wang. A privacy protection scheme of smart home electricity information based on plug-in electric vehicle. Information Systems and Signal Processing Journal (2020) 5: 5-10. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/isspj.2020.51002

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