The increasing demand for electricity is not matched by an increase in the use of renewable electricity sources, causing climate change due to the use of fossil fuels to generate electricity. In addition, there are areas with remote and deepest access that do not yet enjoy electricity for their daily activities. This research uses the morphological chart method and the Pugh matrix, so that a portable and modular hydroelectric power plant can be produced to help people in remote areas enjoy electricity. From the results of the design and manufacture of hydroelectric power plants, output power is generated that can be used for home lighting. The power released from the power plant reaches 30W with the resulting efficiency reaching 2.382%. By utilizing river currents with a larger discharge and directing the river flow to the equipment, greater electrical energy can be generated. The electrical energy produced can be directly used or accommodated in an electrical reservoir such as a battery with a voltage of 12V DC.
Renewable Electricity, Morphological Chart, Pugh Matrix.