We expect direct commercialization after leveraging the demonstrated MegaFlex scale-up technology capabilities through building and end-to-end testing a 20m diameter 100kW class MegaFlex Technology Development wing. Following this Phase III or earlier work, we expect applications should be in the form of purchase contracts with our subcontractor and commercialization partner, ATK. We expect that after a successful 20m diameter 100kW class MegaFlex Technology Development effort that the community will see this technology as low risk.NASA programs involving large solar arrayswould be particularly interested in this technology advancement, as it directly supports the future very high power SEP mission requirements. The proposed Phase I and II work will reduce developmentcosts andrisksand provide an accelerated extensibility path to build and test testing a 20m diameter 100kW class MegaFlex Technology Development wing. This will enable the desired goal of commercial infusion and significantly expand the acceptance and potential applications of MegaFlex. Department of Defense, foreign government programs and the commercial sector all have an interest in high power, low-risk, low-cost solar arrays. Risk associated with the MegaFlex design is being retired though ATK internal and NASA sponsored development work. However, MegaFlex's use of flight qualified UltraFlex components minimizes the risk present in this design as-is. The proposed spar development only further advances the TRLof MegaFlex andreducesscaling costs and risks for >50kW of power. This will therefore increase its future application potential. The ViviSat SEP platform is a current MegaFlex opportunity that looks promising.