Homomorphic encryption for smart grids has been investigated in many studies. It is possible to estimate the total power consumption in an area without knowing the consumption data of individual households. In the case of demand response (DR), it is important to calculate the total electric power consumption in an area because DR reports are published accordingly to reduce peak power consumption when the demand is high. However, the published data may reveal private information about residents, such as the timings of specific activities (leaving from and returning home), and device details. To overcome this problem, we propose a method specialized to enable energy providers to securely share electric power consumption data. The proposed method uses a self-organizing map (SOM), which is an unsupervised learning method. In order to share power consumption data while preserving privacy, the SOM is shared without the raw data. In this framework, a target accuracy of nearly 3% is achieved, while actual data are not published by any company.