The effect of biomass gas on the safety performance of a solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC)/micro gas turbine (GT) hybrid system was studied with consideration of the fuel cell working temperature, fuel cell temperature gradient requirement, compressor surge zone, and turbine inlet temperature (TIT). The safety performance of the hybrid system on the design condition and off-design condition was also analyzed. Results show that the hybrid system is good adaptability to low concentrations of biomass gas. The electrical efficiency could reach 50% with different biomass gases and is higher than the other combined power systems that used biomass gas. The wood chip gas (WCG) would make the fuel cell or GT easier overheat than the other three gases. The cotton wood gas (CWG) and corn stalk gas (CSG) are easy to cause the TIT too low or the compressor surge. In the safety zone, considering the hybrid system load adjustment range, the effecting order (from large to small, following is same) is WCG, grape seed gas (GSG), CSG, and CWG. Considering the hybrid system electric efficiency, the effecting order is WCG, GSG, CWG, and CSG.