Tidal renewable energy is one of the underdeveloped power sources that might help meet demand while lowering carbon dioxide emissions. There is enormous potential for generating power from tidal currents. It is a resource used to generate power sustainably. The construction has been developed in MATLAB Simulink of a tidal current turbine and is discussed in this paper. The twin-turbine model has been developed, and the resultant power is 37 kW. Whenever the turbine rotor is in rotational motion, it produces mechanical power, which is then transmitted to the electrical generator. The current control strategy has been used to design a three-phase modified sine wave inverter system for a tidal energy grid-linked structure. The stationary and synchronous reference frames (SRF) are two control techniques applied to an inverter. Park transformation is using to translate AC quantity to DC in the synchronous frame. In αβ-control, proportional-resonant (PR) regulators are commonly used where PI controller converts to PR, which is required for SRF control. The controller implements a phase-locked loop to monitor the power grid’s phase angle which responds rapidly enough to fluctuations in demand or grid link conditions. As a consequence, it tends to be successful in providing steady voltage to the load avoiding phase jumps.