What is the difference between an inverter and a hybrid inverter?

Hybrid inverters generate power exactly the same way as common string solar inverters. The difference is that it has built-in battery connections to enable energy storage for later use. This battery backup ability enables most hybrid systems to also operate as a backup power supply during a blackout.
The off-grid inverter draws power from the battery, converts it from DC, and outputs AC. Off-grid inverters cannot synchronize with the utility grid. These are designed to work alone. An off-grid inverter cannot feed power derived from solar or battery into the utility grid. On the other hand, the hybrid inverters can feedback on the power to the utility grid.

What is the difference between an inverter and a hybrid inverter?

Hybrid inverters generate power exactly the same way as common string solar inverters. The difference is that it has built-in battery connections to enable energy storage for later use. This battery backup ability enables most hybrid systems to also operate as a backup power supply during a blackout.