- MVS A procedural learnings
The minimum viable system (MVS) concept is used within Project LEO as an agile approach to developing and testing new flexibility services, business models and procedures required to operate a local flexibility market. Through the MVS approach, new value can be identified at a small scale before significant investment is committed; it is intended to manage the risks associated with innovation in an uncertain, changing environment.
This report details the procedural issues, learnings and implemented changes arising from the ‘MVS A – Flexibility Trials’ which ran between October 2019 and January 2020. The service procedure for identification, delivery and validation consists of 14 steps and was initially proposed at an internal WP3 workshop held on the 30th of July (2019) at Piclo’s London office.