Hybrid Distributed systems include many sources, storage elements, and various local loads, connected to a common distribution bus. In this work, different matching methods to adapt a 3-phase wind alternator to a variable DC-bus are reviewed, and finally a modular solution based on single-phase Boost-based PFC's is proposed. Nevertheless, Boost modules must be adapted to operate with non-isolated sources, like 3-4 wire, 3-phase generators. Magnetic coupling is introduced here to enhance the isolation among phases, reducing also converter losses and size. Sliding mode approach has been applied to the whole converter as a single unit, to verify that independent regulation of all phase modules was possible, even sharing a common output capacitor. To verify the theoretical analysis, a 1.5 kW prototype has been built confirming independent phase control and good sinusoidal input waveforms.