Secure Energy Trading for Electric Vehicles using Consortium Blockchain and k-Nearest Neighbor

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2020 International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, IWCMC 2020, 2020, 00, pp. 2235-2239
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© 2020 IEEE. In this paper, we deal with some major energy issues related to the charging of vehicles in vehicular network. The exponential increase of Electric Vehicles (EVs) has led to the more complex problems. In general, there are two major issues related to th EVs. First, its difficult to find a nearest charging station with required energy. Second, how much energy is needed to reach charging station from current location. In traditional systems, the energy trading between charging station and EVs is not secured due to centralized girds. To deal with this problem, a consortium blockchain based secure energy trading system is proposed. Blockchain is used for secure energy trading with moderate cost. The main purpose of the proposed system is resource reduction and find out the present state of charging stations. Simulations and results show that the proposed schemes outperform the conventional schemes in terms of minimizing the charging cost of battery and expenses of EVs.
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