In this study, it is aimed to meet the annual electricity and heating needs of a house without interruption with the photovoltaic panel, wind turbine, methanol electrolyzer, and high temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cell system. The system results show that the use of the 2 WT with 18 PV was enough to provide the need of the methanol electrolyzer, which provides requirements of the high temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cell. The produced heat by the fuel cell was used to meet the heat requirement of the house with combined heat and power system. Electrical, thermal and total efficiencies of fuel cell system with combined heat and power were obtained as 38.54%, 51.77% and 90%, respectively. Additionally, the levelized cost of energy of the system was calculated as 0.295 $/kWh with combined heat and power application. The results of this study show that H(2)is useful for long-term energy storage in off-grid energy systems and that the proposed hybrid system may be the basis for future H-2-based alternative energy applications.