This paper focuses on a supervisor control for a standalone PV-Wind hybrid energy system for locations where extension of grid in either not feasible or it is expensive. The Hybrid PV-Wind standalone energy system proved to have higher reliability compared to either Wind or PV standalone systems as wind and solar are complementary. A MATLAB/SIMULINK model of an integrated standalone PV-Wind hybrid system using a battery for storage and backup protection is presented. The individual component of the system is modeled and discussed. A novel and unique control strategy is proposed and simulated to control the power flow of the system while maintaining the battery charging and discharging limit. In addition, different converter design and maximum power point tracking control are applied to ensure efficient and reliable power supply under different loading conditions. © Research India Publications.