EpiWorks plans to pursue NASA, military and potential commercial customers with a new GaP-based solar cell technology. In addition to NASA Saturn, near-sun and related missions, we will initially focus on the DoD and commercial space-based solar cell market. This market demands solar cell technology with high efficiency and low weights. If a lightweight, and thermally robust, efficient solar cell technology were available, it could provide significant opportunity with other space-based applications. These capabilities are especially important for next-generation DoD and commercial satellites. In phase II we will be developing an initial prototype device. In parallel, EpiWorks plans to team with at least one commercial partner as well as 1-2 government partners (preferably AFRL and NREL) to complete product development and begin production. efficiency solar cell arrays for NASA missions and DoD satellites. For NASA, future missions will continue to probe closer and closer to the sun. A potential, but unlikely application would be solar probes, but the most likely application would missions such as a Mercury surface station with an equilibrium temperature of ~450 Celsius. In these future missions, it is critical to develop solar cell PV technology that can operate from 450-1000 Celsius in high radiation and high intensity environments. Our near term commercialization strategy will be to develop a solar cell PV technology that can operate at high-efficiency in these conditions. It is also important to note that our technology could be utilized with "Solar Clipper" concentrator systems.