This paper exploited the utilization of photovoltaic (PV) energy system with high-voltage (HV) output DC-DC converter. Classical boost converters are used for both renewable energy integration and HV applications, but limited by reducing output/efficiency in performance. Moreover, as parasitic elements suppress the power transfer ratio, converter needs to maximize the PV energy utilization. This investigation study focused to include additional parasitic elements (voltage-lift technique) to a standard DC-DC buck converter and to overcome all the above drawbacks to maximize the PV power generation. The proposed power circuitry substantially improves the output power gain transfer ratio and a prototype hardware module is implemented using industrial standard DSP TMS 320F2812. Numerical simulation development followed by an experimental prototype implementation is carried out in this investigation. A set of numerical and experimental results is provided in this paper, which show close conformity with the theoretical background.