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IET Smart Grid
Trade-offs between privacy and cost are studied for a smart grid consumer, whose electricity consumption is monitored in almost real time by the utility provider (UP) through smart meter (SM) readings. It is assumed that an electrical battery is available to the consumer, which can be utilised both to achieve privacy and to reduce the energy cost by demand shaping. Privacy is measured via the mean squared distance between the SM readings and a target load profile, while time-ofuse pricing isdoi:10.1049/iet-stg.2020.0055 fatcat:6cnq5gzesffwxf6aupg7tx4oji