This paper describes a comprehensive review of microgrid control mechanism and impact assessment for hybrid grid. Building the model of sustained energy growth is one of the actions to achieve the Sustainable Development Objective (SDO) and change the global fossil fuel system. For co-operation in the development of one independent supplier of renewable energy, the microgrid is essential. Hybrid solar energy microgrid is also a solution for reducing fossil fuel consumption and providing an environmentally sustainable solution to rising rural electricity demand. The most common renewable energy options in the microgrid are solar photovoltaics, wind turbines and biomass. The environmentally sustainable and technologically innovative installation is convenient everywhere. Hybrid microgrid-based renewable energy, however, is confronted, given its intermittent and variable source efficiency, by challenges such as voltage instability, frequency instability, charge malfunction and power quality problems. The paper thus offers a critical overview of the micro grid growth, economic analysis and control strategy. A Comprehensive Review of Micro grid Control Mechanism and Impact Assessment for Hybrid Renewable Energy Integration