This paper presents the feasibility study of a proposed Photovoltaic/Diesel power generation hybrid system for a remote computer centre in Nigeria. This design comprises the correct determination of station electrical daily load consumption and station solar radiation data. These data are used to determine the hybrid components sizes and its configuration via the use of HOMER software for design and simulation. The simulation results were used to carry out the optimization of this system based on twenty five years life expectances. Analyzing the hybrid power generation system (HPGS) helps in determining the cost effect, the level of emission and optimizes the size of the system. This analysis shows that the HPGS has lower cost, emit less harmful gaseous substances and give reasonable system sizes leading to reduction of energy wastage as compared to conventional stand alone Diesel generator. However, the final design perfectly meets the station energy requirement. Hence, (HPGS) is a recommended solution for this application.