The most crucial control challenge in the hybrid-system is the frequency stability, especially when they are in the face of load-generation imbalance and numerous uncertainties. In this paper, the Syncronverter (SV) based on a micro hydropower System (MHPS) is proposed to handle the intermittent power output of Solar Photo-voltaic (SPV). The standalone microgrid is modeled in the MATLAB/Simulink environment. The power control form SV is performed using Power Angle Control(PAC) method. Several case studies are performed, and the simulation results show the dynamics of appropriate sharing of power for both the linear and nonlinear loads by the hybrid system. Both the frequency and Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) of load voltage kept within the standard limits. The application of SV shows a quick and smooth synchronization with micro-hydro. The change in irradiance level has been appropriately managed by power-sharing with micro-hydro to save the system from frequency imbalance during low light conditions. The power has been shared by providing an appropriate load angle between sources based on the irradiance level available at the time. Moreover, the dynamic response of voltage, power, and frequency of the system due to the induction motor load has also been studied.