Wenlin Han

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Vehicle to grid (V2G) network is a crucial part of smart grid. An electric vehicle (EV) in a V2G network uses electricity instead of gasoline, and this benefits the environment and helps mitigate the energy crisis. By using its battery capacity, the vehicle can serve temporarily as a distributed energy storage system to mitigate peak load of the power grid.(More)
With the development of battery vehicles, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) networks are becoming more and more important in smart grid. Although battery vehicles are environmentally friendly and flexible to use two-way communication and two-way electricity flow, they also raise privacy-preservation challenges, such as location and movement privacy. On the one hand,(More)
Non-Technical Loss (NTL) fraud is a very common fraud in power systems. In traditional power grid, energy theft, via meter tampering, is the main form of NTL fraud. With the rise of Smart Grid, adversaries can take advantage of two-way communication to commit NTL frauds by meter manipulation or network intrusion. Previous schemes were proposed to detect NTL(More)