Abstract In this work, we present the Simulink model of solar power charger connected to grid. The model consists of solar panels, MPPT, voltage controller, DC-DC converter, Inverter and battery. Under constant irradiance and temperature conditions the PV model is simulated, and output is observed. The hybrid model is simulated, and Matlab/Simulink results are analyzed. For enhancing the PV array’s power output, Incremental conductance method is used. The DC output voltage from PV array is fed to boost converter as input to boost up the voltage level. The DC output from boost converter is fed to inverter using IGBT as switching devices. The MPPT keep a track of the maximum power point and give enhanced PV generated output power. The converted output of the inverter is then fed to the grid. We start with the description of the system. In our work, we define and gave brief overview of the components used in our study. The dynamic model of a PV system is developed to collate the output from the PV array to inverter with MPPT. Also it has been studied in this work that the system is stable and synchronized with the power grid parameters such as frequency, voltage and current. Keywords: Grid Connected PV system, MPPT, Incremental step conductance method, MATLAB/SIMULINK.