Privacy enhancing technologies in the smart grid user domain
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In modern energy grids, also termed smart grids, energy and information from different stakeholders are exchanged, processed and analyzed. An increasing number of data from customers is collected and transmitted for billing, scheduling and monitoring. In order to protect customer privacy, (i) the privacy gap of existing and proposed use cases needs to be assessed; and (ii) new methods and protocols need to be developed that allow a privacy-preserving and provably secure processing of data and information. This paper evaluates existing solutions and proposes novel approaches to privacy enhancing technologies in the smart grid user domain.