The Indonesian government has set forth a plan to enhance the adoption of renewable energy sources (RES) in order to replace diesel generators in numerous off-grid small systems situated in remote areas of Indonesia. The primary objectives of this program in the electricity supply sector are to decrease reliance on fossil fuels, lower production costs, and mitigate environmental emissions. Two RES technologies with significant potential for utilization are PV Photovoltaic and Wind Turbines. During the planning phase, it is crucial to conduct a comprehensive techno-economic study to determine the optimal size and configuration of a Hybrid Renewable Energy System (HRES). This paper focuses on the analysis of three different locations, each possessing distinct RES potential, which may impact the optimal solution. The study employs Homer as the analytical tool to carry out the analysis.