The proposed technology meets the need for high power, high voltage, autonomously deployable surface solar arrays needed to generate reliable electric power. Deposition of flexible layers on a flexible substrate and elimination of the typical rigid substrate allows for compact stowage and subsequent deployment in partial gravity. Furthermore, the flexibility and versatility of this SC architecture make it readily augmented for use on an irregular surface, in a dusty environment, for extravehicular activities, and possibly for dust mitigation. Infusion into national needs could have broad implication towards renewable energy, transportation and infrastructure sectors. Excellent infusion potential into NASA applications as well as into national needs of renewable energy, transportation, and infrastructure sectors. These low cost, low weight SCs could be commercialized to power houses and buildings, portable electronic devices and chargers, or deployable tents for recreational or military field operations. They could be used for supplemental power generation for automobiles and airliners as well as for a host of other uses.#High efficiency, high voltage, deployable solar cells could be used to power satellite systems, rovers, crew modules, and habitat structures in a variety of existing and future NASA missions. Once the technology has matured, it is expected to be incorporated in medium- and long-duration missions beyond low earth orbit.