Marek Jawurek, Florian Kerschbaum, and George Danezis
We present the problems associated with protecting privacy in smart grids and survey currently proposed solutions. First we discuss use-cases, the policy environment and the literature on attacks based on monitoring the electricity supply. Then we review the most commonly deployed policy tools, and dive into a detailed survey of privacy technologies for aggregation of readings, billing for consumption and even hiding the consumption from physical adversaries.
|Publisher||Microsoft Technical Report|