Renewable energy derives from inexhaustible natural resources like sunlight and wind. It presents a sustainable substitute for conventional fossil fuel-based power, with notably reduced environmental impact. The adoption of renewable energy sources serves as a pragmatic solution in countering fossil fuel depletion. Particularly advantageous for remote areas lacking grid access, renewable energies like solar radiation and wind offer abundant and consistent sources of energy. The emergence of hybrid renewable energy systems (HRESs), entailing integration of diverse renewable and non-renewable energy sources along with storage mechanisms, has ignited considerable interest. Addressing the variability inherent to renewable energy, ensuring dependable power supply, and curbing dependence on fossil fuels stand as central challenges in this evolving landscape of energy solutions.